American Airlines, Twitter fall; Dell, Virgin Galactic rise
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Thursday:
American Airlines Inc., down 99 cents to $12.45.
The airline is notifying about 25,000 workers that their jobs could be eliminated in October as passenger numbers collapse.
Bank of America Corp., down 67 cents to $23.93.
The bank’s second-quarter profits fell by half and it set aside billions of dollars to cover potentially bad loans.
Twitter Inc., down 39 cents to $35.28.
Hackers broke into social media accounts of Joe Biden, Jeff Bezos and others in an apparent Bitcoin scam.
Dell Technologies Inc., up $6.42 to $59.10.
The computer maker is considering spinning off its majority stake in software company VMware.
Hartford Financial Services Group Inc., up $1.90 to $42.31.
The insurance and financial services company gave investors an encouraging second-quarter financial update.
Uber Technologies Inc., down 46 cents to $32.35.
The ride-hailing company is reportedly in talks with investors about taking a stake in its freight division.
Virgin Galactic Holdings Inc., up $2.52 to $21.07.
The space tourism company named former Disney executive Michael Colglazier as its CEO.
Linde Plc., up $1.26 to $238.89.
The maker of industrial gases signed a collaboration deal to develop “green” hydrogen in China.