Cisco, Monro fall; BJ’s Wholesale Club, Synopsis rise
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Thursday:
Cisco Systems Inc., down $6.64 to $41.72.
The seller of routers, switches, software and services cut its profit forecast because of supply chain constraints.
Bath & Body Works Inc., down $2.91 to $40.03.
The specialty retailer trimmed its profit forecast for the year.
BJ’s Wholesale Club Holdings Inc., up $3.97 to $57.39.
The membership warehouse chain reported strong first-quarter financial results.
Synopsys Inc., up $27.95 to $300.52.
The maker of software for testing and developing microchips raised its financial forecasts for the year.
Canada Goose Holdings Inc., up $1.88 to $20.89.
The high-end coat maker gave investors a strong profit forecast.
Monro Inc., down $3.85 to $39.80.
The automotive repair chain’s fiscal fourth-quarter profits fell short of analysts’ forecasts.
Harley-Davidson Inc., down $3.32 to $32.43.
The motorcycle maker halted vehicle assembly and shipments because of a supplier’s regulatory compliance issue.
Under Armour Inc., down $1.25 to $9.28.
The sports apparel company said CEO Patrik Frisk will step down.