NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Aeropostale Inc., up 49 cents at $13.37
A Jefferies analyst reiterated his "Buy" rating on the teen retailer saying that its results should be in line with expectations.
The Greenbrier Companies Inc., up 48 cents at $17.75
The railcar company said its first-quarter net income fell 28 percent, but its revenue topped Wall Street expectations.
Global Payments Inc., up $2.79 at $48.86
The electronic payments processor said its fiscal second-quarter earnings rose nearly 15 percent, beating Wall Street expectations.
First Solar Inc., up 88 cents at $31.90
The solar panel company purchased Chilean solar development company Solar Chile as energy demand in the region continues to rise.
Dunkin' Brands Group Inc., up 86 cents at $34.97
A Janney Capital Markets analyst upgraded shares of the company, which owns the Dunkin' Donuts coffee chain, to a "Buy" rating.
Clearwire Corp., up 21 cents at $3.13
Dish Network, the Satellite TV provider, is offering to buy the wireless network operator Clearwire for about $5.15 billion.
Apollo Group Inc., down $1.63 at $19.32
The for-profit education company said that enrollment at its University of Phoenix school fell again in its fiscal first quarter.
NuVasive Inc., up $1.70 at $17.46
The spinal device maker reported stronger-than-expected revenue for the fourth quarter and forecast strong sales growth this year.
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