Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Nokia Corp., up 45 cents at $11.28
The world's biggest mobile phone maker is trying to quickly turn around its smart phone business under its new CEO.
McDonald's Corp., up $1.03 at $78.44
Shares set their latest all-time high after the fast-food chain said its dollar menu and new drinks offerings helped profit grow.
United Continental Holdings Inc., up 17 cents at $27.80
The two airlines returned to profits because of higher fares and more customers in their last quarter as independent companies.
Fidelity National Financial Inc., down $1.76 at $12.98
The title insurer recalibrated its dividend policy for 2011, and shareholders' dividends will likely drop from current levels.
Southwest Airlines Co., up 46 cents at $13.62
Increased customer traffic and higher average fares for the discount airline helped push revenue up 20 percent in the third quarter.
EBay Inc., up $1.53 at $27.19
The online marketplace operator posted better-than-expected quarterly results thanks growth from PayPal and other online payments units.
Amazon.com Inc., up $6.30 at $164.97
The online retailer's shares rose as investors expected to see strong growth in its third-quarter results, out after the market closed.
Cirrus Logic Inc., down $2.56 at $13.77
The chip maker's earnings and revenue growth, as well as its sales forecast, fell short of Wall Street expectations.
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