Quest Diagnostics, Virtusa rise; GameStop, Hess fall
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially Thursday:
Virtusa Corp., up $9.92 to $50.42.
Baring Private Equity Asia is buying the information technology and consulting company for about $2 billion.
RH, up $64.38 to $385.46.
The furniture and housewares company handily beat Wall Street’s second-quarter profit forecasts.
Mednax Inc., up 97 cents to $18.88.
The physician services company is selling its radiology solutions segment to Radiology Partners.
Aaron’s Inc., up $4.03 to $59.18.
The rent-to-own company raised its third-quarter profit and revenue forecasts, citing strong customer payment activity.
Zscaler Inc., down $1.58 to $132.61.
The data security company reported solid fiscal fourth-quarter earnings and gave investors an encouraging forecast.
GameStop Corp., down $1.12 to $6.23.
The video game retailer reported disappointing second-quarter earnings and revenue.
Quest Diagnostics Inc., up $3.45 to $110.50.
The medical diagnostics company raised its profit and revenue forecasts for the year.
Hess Corp., down $3.43 to $43.52.
The slumping price of oil weighed on energy companies.