Target and JPMorgan are big market movers

Published on NewsOK Modified: May 5, 2014 at 3:34 pm •  Published: May 5, 2014
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NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:

NYSE

Target Corp., down $2.14 to $59.87

A massive data breach at the nation's third-largest retailer has now cost its CEO his job five months after it was disclosed.

JPMorgan Chase & Co., down $1.36 to $54.22

The bank said trading revenue this quarter will fall about 20 percent and it warned of a challenging trading environment going forward.

Pfizer Inc., down 79 cents to $29.96

The drugmaker's first-quarter profit dropped 15 percent despite sharp cost cutting at as cheaper generics weighed on earnings.

Tyson Foods Inc., down $4.21 to $38.44

The food producer fell short on earnings expectations during the second quarter and its profit outlook left some disappointed.

Nasdaq

Symantec Corp., down 27 cents to $20.10

Antivirus "is dead," according an executive at the company that pioneered such software long ago, and which still drives its revenue.

Auxilium Pharmaceuticals Inc., up 2 cents to $21.50

Losses widened at the drugmaker, which recently revised its outlook for the year due to lower demand for its testosterone gel.

B/E Aerospace Inc., up $8.26 to $97.22

The maker of airplane seats and many of other things you see on a commercial flight said that it could put itself on the block.

BroadSoft Inc., down $4.84 to $20.16

The company, which makes software for cable providers and others, fell short of Wall Street expectations for profit and revenue.



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