Blackberry, Halliburton slip while Jabil, Broadridge rise
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Tuesday.
Jabil Inc., up $1.52 to $32.85
The electronics manufacturer beat Wall Street’s fiscal fourth quarter profit expectations and gave investors a solid forecast.
BlackBerry Ltd., down $1.70 to $5.81
The cybersecurity software and services company trimmed its revenue forecast for the fiscal year.
Halliburton Co., down $1.12 to $19.49
Shares in the oilfield services company and its peers were weighed down by falling crude oil prices.
AutoZone Inc., down $50.63 to $1,096.63
The auto parts retailer’s fiscal fourth quarter sales fell shy of Wall Street forecasts.
NIO Inc., down 55 cents to $2.17
The China-based electric car maker issued a disappointing second quarter financial report and said it will cut jobs.
Facebook Inc., down $5.54 to $181.28
The social media company is buying CTRL Labs, which is developing software to help people control computers with their thoughts.
Broadridge Financial Solutions Inc., up 3 cents to $125.46
The company launched a financial asset servicing product on Amazon Web Services.
Citigroup Inc., down $1.65 to $67.90
The bank and its peers saw their stocks fall along with sliding bond yields, which they rely on to set interest rates on loans.