NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
The TJX Cos. Inc., up $1.41 at $44.58
The owner of the TJ Maxx and Marshalls clothing stores said its December revenue at stores open at least a year rose 6 percent.
Family Dollar Stores Inc., down $8.30 at $55.74
The discount retailer posted fiscal first-quarter results that fell short of Wall Street expectations.
Nordstrom Inc., up $1.64 at $55.27
The retailer said that a key revenue figure rose 8.6 percent in December compared with a year earlier, beating analysts' expectations.
UniFirst Corp., up $6.17 at $81.87
Shares of the uniform company hit an all-time high after it posted first-quarter results that topped Wall Street expectations.
SunPower Corp., up $2.94 at $9.07
MidAmerican Energy is buying two solar power projects in California from SunPower, paying up to $2.5 billion for the projects.
Ross Stores Inc., up $4.34 at $58.78
The discount retailer said that a key revenue figure rose 6 percent in December and it raised its fourth-quarter earnings guidance.
Quiksilver Inc., up 15 cents at $4.53
The surf and skate clothing and shoe company named Andy Mooney as president and CEO, succeeding founder Bob McKnight.
Hot Topic Inc., up $1.08 at $10.80
The teen retailer's sales during the holiday period rose 4 percent from a year ago, and it will open new stores in 2013.
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