Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Thursday: Exxon Mobil, Bank of America fall; PG&E, Teradyne rise
NEW YORK —
Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Thursday:
V.F. Corp., down $9.16 to $85.41
The maker of Vans and Timberland shoes cut its profit forecast for its fiscal year after reporting disappointing third-quarter revenue.
Teradyne Inc., up $2.62 to $76.21
The semiconductor-testing equipment maker’s fourth-quarter earnings and financial forecasts beat Wall Street expectations.
Paycom Software Inc., up $11.57 to $314.85
The software company is replacing WellCare Health Plans in the S&P 500 on Jan. 28.
Citrix Systems Inc., up $9.25 to $128.48
The cloud-computing company handily beat Wall Street’s fourth-quarter profit and revenue expectations.
Exxon Mobil Corp., down 42 cents to $66.77
Crude oil prices slumped and weighed on the energy company and its peers.
PG&E Corp., up $1.19 to $13.73
The utility reached a restructuring deal with its creditors as it goes through bankruptcy.
Bank of America Corp., down 24 cents to $34.12
Bond yields fell, which hurts the ability of banks to charge more lucrative interest on mortgages and other loans.
PTC Inc., up $5.12 to $85.07
The software company’s fiscal first-quarter profit and revenue beat Wall Street forecasts.