Carnival and Care.com rise; CarMax and U.S. Steel move lower
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Friday:
AAR Corp., up $6.21 to $51.88
The airplane maintenance company reported results that topped Wall Street’s forecasts.
Care.com Inc., up $1.85 to $15.10
The online marketplace for family care agreed to be acquired by IAC for $15 a share in cash.
CarMax Inc., down $6.08 to $92.71
The used car dealership chain reported weaker earnings for the latest quarter than analysts expected.
U.S. Steel Corp., down $1.44 to $11.92
The steel maker issued fiscal-year forecasts that were far below what Wall Street analysts were expecting.
Carnival Corp., up $3.56 to $50.21
The cruise operator reported stronger earnings for the latest quarter than analysts expected and issued a solid forecast.
BlackBerry Ltd., up 72 cents to $6.53
The cybersecurity software and services company reported earnings that came in ahead of what analysts were expecting.
Mack-Cali Realty Corp., up $1.81 to $22.69
A published report said UDR was considering making a bid for the company.
Nike Inc., down $1.19 to $99.96
The Beaverton, Oregon, sports wear giant turned in disappointing second-quarter sales in North America.