Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
Delta Air Lines Inc., up $1.01 to $32.08
Higher fares and rising yield — a measure of what each passenger pays to fly one mile — pushed the airline’s quarterly profits skyward.
The Dow Chemical Co., up $2.86 to $45.93
Dan Loeb reveals a new stake in the chemical maker, the largest investment for his hedge fund, Third Point.
Arch Coal Inc. , down 14 cents to $4.18
The company says weak shipments in the Powder River Basin and lower production at the Mountain Laurel complex will trim its fourth-quarter results.
Alcoa Inc., up 77 cents to $12.13
J.P. Morgan lifts its rating on the aluminum maker to “Overweight” from “Neutral” and raises its price target to $15 from $9.
Amarin Corp., down 54 cents to $1.73
The drugmaker suffers another regulatory setback for its fish-oil based pill Vascepa, its only product on the market.
YRC Worldwide Inc., up $1.73 to $17.55
The trucking company reaches a tentative deal with the Teamsters, giving it more breathing room as it attempts a turnaround.
Expedia Inc., down $3.02 to $67.67
The news site SearchEngineLand reports that the online travel site is being punished by Google for trying to manipulate Internet traffic.
NuPathe Inc., down 33 cents to $4.05
The drugmaker terminates its agreement to be bought by Endo Health Solutions, favoring instead a bid from Teva of Israel.