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Big movers
July 11, 2014, 05:00 AM The Associated Press

Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:

NYSE

United Continental Holdings Inc. (UAL), up $5.10 to $45.17

The airline company and its competitors reported positive quarterly passenger revenue results, which is key measure of demand.

Lumber Liquidators (LL), down $15.17 to $55.25

The hardwood flooring retailer cut its 2014 outlook as a result of harsh winter weather and a weak home improvement market.

CBS Corp. (CBS), down $2.13 to $61.80

The broadcaster’s stock exchange offer related to CBS Outdoor Americas wasn’t priced high enough to meet strong demand.

AmREIT Inc. (AMRE), up $3.25 to $22.45

The real estate investment trust was given a buyout offer by Regency Centers Corp. that represents a 20 percent premium.

Nasdaq

Sarepta Therapeutics Inc. (SRPT), down $3.35 to $22.54

The drug developer released study results for its potential Duchenne muscular dystrophy treatment that disappointed Wall Street.

Zumiez Inc. (ZUMZ), up $1.78 to $29.78

The sports apparel retailer reported better-than-expected June sales and raised its profit and sales outlook for the quarter.

Potbelly Corp. (PBPB), down $3.68 to $10.97

The sandwich shop operator revised its 2014 outlook after reporting same-store-sales results that fell short of expectations.

Cray Inc. (CRAY), up $4.27 to $31.49

The supercomputer maker was awarded one of its largest contracts, at $174 million, by the National Nuclear Security Administration.

 

 

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