NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday:
Zions Bancorporation, up 9 cents to $40.67
Banks rose as bond yields and interest rates turned higher.
Marathon Oil Corp., down 68 to $14.17
Energy companies tumbled as the price of oil continued to fall.
Capital Bank Financial Corp., down $2.25 to $39.80
The Southeastern regional bank agreed to be bought by First Horizon National for $2.2 billion.
Church & Dwight Co., up $2.10 to $50.85
The maker of Arm & Hammer baking soda raised its profit estimate after its first-quarter results were better than analysts expected.
Fitbit Inc., up 69 cents to $6.37
The maker of wearable fitness trackers reported stronger first-quarter results than Wall Street expected.
Tailored Brands Inc., up 22 cents to $12.83
The men’s apparel company raised its annual profit forecast after it announced the end of a partnership with Macy’s.
Beazer Homes USA Inc., up 92 cents to $12.94
The home builder posted better sales than investors had forecast.
Facebook Inc., down 95 cents to $150.85
The social media network had a solid first quarter but saw its shares retreat from all-time highs.
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