NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday:
Foot Locker Inc., down $11.73 to $58.72
The shoe store operator posted revenue and earnings that fell short of Wall Street analysts’ forecasts.
Deere & Co., up $8.23 to $120.90
The agricultural equipment manufacturer reported better-than-expected earnings on strong international sales.
Campbell Soup Co., down $1.16 to $55.78
The maker of canned soup, Pepperidge Farm cookies and V8 juice reported lower sales in its latest quarter.
Dynegy Inc., up $1.86 to $9.12
The Wall Street Journal reported that Vistra Energy has made a takeover approach to the debt-laden power company.
Ross Stores Inc., up $1.13 to $62.20
The discount retailer reported results that topped Wall Street’s forecasts.
Applied Materials Inc., up 17 cents to $44.08
The maker of chip making equipment reported earnings and revenue that came in ahead of analysts’ forecasts.
Autodesk Inc., up $14.08 to $109.91
The design software company raised its earnings forecast for the year and reported a loss in its latest quarter that was narrower than analysts were expecting.
McKesson Corp., up $11.57 to $153.01
The prescription drug distributor reported earnings for its latest quarter that easily beat Wall Street’s forecasts.
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