Wal-Mart and United climb while Procter & Gamble slumps
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday:
Wal-Mart Stores Inc., up $3.60 to $84.13
The retailer said it expects its online sales to jump 40 percent next year.
United Continental Holdings Inc., up $3.02 to $67.72
United gave a strong revenue forecast for the third quarter, as did competitor American Airlines.
Honeywell International Inc., down 29 cents to $143.31
The industrial conglomerate says it plans to split itself up.
Halliburton Co., up 10 cents to $45.03
Energy companies rose in tandem with the price of oil on Tuesday.
Procter & Gamble Co., down 50 cents to $91.62
The consumer products company said activist investor Nelson Peltz was not elected to its board.
Pfizer Inc., up 26 cents to $36.40
The drug company said it may sell or spin off its consumer products business, which makes Advil.
Apache Corp., down $3.39 to $42.46
The oil company gave a third-quarter update that disappointed investors.
Nvidia Corp., up $3.54 to $188.93
The chipmaker will work with Deutsche Post DHL to start testing autonomous delivery trucks in 2018.