Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Callaway Golf Co., down 11 cents at $6.22
The golf products maker shook up its leadership, announced job cuts and said that it expects a weak second quarter.
CF Industries Holdings Inc., down $7.68 at $141.67
U.S. farmers planted more corn in spring, which may bring down prices, weighing on farmers' income and demand for fertilizer.
Worthington Industries Inc., up $2.07 at $23.10
The metals manufacturer raised its quarterly dividend by 20 percent to 12 cents and said it would buy back up to 10 million shares.
McCormick & Co. Inc., down $1.43 at $49.57
The spice and seasonings maker lowered its 2011 earnings guidance due to costs related to an acquisition and joint venture.
KB Home, down 30 cents at $9.78
The homebuilder's stock fell for a second day after its second-quarter loss more than doubled due to charges and lackluster sales.
EBay Inc., up $1.41 at $32.27
Analysts said the Federal Reserve's new rule capping debit card fees paid by merchants shouldn't hurt its Paypal division.
First Solar Inc., up $2.85 at $132.27
The Department of Energy approved nearly $4.5 billion in conditional loan guarantees for three of the company's big projects.
Hanmi Financial Corp., up 16 cents at $1.07
The bank canceled its stock sale, saying the price offered for shares was "unfavorable" and would wait for better market conditions.
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