Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Bank of America Corp., down 54 cents at $11.80
Media reports said the Federal Reserve Bank of New York is part of a group suing the bank over mortgage securities.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc., up $3.02 at $156.72
The bank's profitable trading business slowed significantly in the third quarter, but results topped analyst expectations.
Coca-Cola Co., up 34 cents at $60.34
Shares hit a 52-week high after quarterly net income rose more than 8 percent because of strong sales in the U.S. and overseas.
Capital One Financial Corp., up $1.53 at $38.76
The credit card issuer reported its profit more than doubled in the third quarter, easily beating Wall Street estimates.
SuperValu Inc., down $1.85 at $10.55
The grocery store chain posted a quarterly loss and cut its outlook for the year because of the weak economy.
Massey Energy Co., up $1.77 at $37.33
A media report said the coal company had formed a committee to review if it should sell itself to a rival or private equity firm.
Apple Inc., down $8.51 at $309.49
Despite record earnings in the tech giant's most recent quarter, shares fell as sales of the iPad were short of analyst expectations.
Coldwater Creek Inc., down $1.89 at $3.47
The women's clothing company warned that it expects a loss and a drop in a key revenue measure in the third quarter.