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(AP) Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:


NYSE


J.C. Penney Co. Inc., up 34 cents to $9.03


Big investors saw something in the retailer last quarter, as Jana Partners, Highfields, and Farallon bought sizeable stakes.


Mead Johnson Nutrition Co., up $3.97 to $84.85


China eases its decades-old one-child rule for families, a potential windfall for the global pediatric nutrition company.


The Western Union Co., down 75 cents to $16.70


The Wall Street Journal reported the CIA is building a database of international money transfers, the company's specialty.


Agilent Technologies Inc., up $4.39 to $54.93


The scientific instrument maker topped investor expectations for the fourth quarter, though net income and revenue faded.


Nasdaq


Vanda Pharmaceuticals Inc., up $1.55 to $14.59


Advisers to the Food and Drug Administration recommended approval for the pharmaceutical company's potential sleep disorder drug.


Electronic Arts Inc., down $1.90 to $24.06


Video game sales rose for the third month, but there are signs that the gamemaker's "Battlefield 4" isn't selling.


Gogo Inc., down 74 cents to $28.06


Morgan Stanley downgrades shares of the in-flight connectivity company saying that risks to the business aren't accounted for in the stock price.


Cell Therapeutics Inc., up 12 cents to $1.87


The pharmaceutical announces that it has entered into a licensing agreement with Baxter International for the development of pacritinib, a potential treatment for the bone marrow disease myelofibrosis.


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