GM and Electronic Arts are big market movers

Associated Press

March 11, 2014

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


J.C. Penney Co. Inc., up 25 cents to $8.67

Wall Street is starting to take note of the retailer's efforts to turn itself around, and Citigroup upgraded the company's stock.

General Motors Co., down $1.91 to $35.18

A congressional committee is investigating the way the carmaker and federal regulators handled a deadly ignition-switch problem.

Macy's Inc., up 82 cents to $58.94

The retailer is dominating competitors in its sector, according to a research note from Wells Fargo, which upgraded its stock.

American Eagle Outfitters Inc., down $1.11 to $13.10

A terrible string of winter storms cut into sales, but it was the retailer's first-quarter outlook that sent investors scurrying.


Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc., up $2.39 to $64.22

After an extended chase, Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank will combine to create the nation's fourth-largest menswear retail chain.

Electronic Arts Inc., up 59 cents to $29.80

Shares of the gamemaker are hitting multiyear highs with the release of the most-anticipated game of the year, "Titanfall."

FuelCell Energy Inc., down 65 cents to $3.28

A torrid rally in the shares of the fuel cell power company stalls after a website geared toward short sellers published bearish views of a rival's prospects.

Zogenix Inc., up 48 cents to $4.54

The pharmaceutical's company's painkiller Zohydro continues to generate controversy, as Sen. Joe Manchin sought a reversal of its approval.

Associated Press