Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Lexmark International Inc., down $10.01 at $37.71
The CEO of the printer maker unexpectedly resigned and shares plunged despite a solid third quarter.
Owens-Illinois Inc., down $1.72 at $27.90
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez ordered the expropriation of the U.S.-based glass container maker's subsidiary in the South American country.
Texas Instruments Inc., down 10 cents at $28.88
The chip maker posted a 60 percent jump in net income during the third quarter, but was cautious about demand heading into 2011.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., up $5.08 at $40.23
The cruise operator's net income soared thanks to late bookings and lower costs, and it raised its earnings forecast for the year.
Coach Inc., up $5.30 at $49.78
The handbag maker said strong demand for its luxury purses drove profit higher and was confident about sales during the holiday season.
Regions Financial Corp. (RF)
The bank posted a wider-than-expected loss on sales of troubled real estate assets and an increase in charge-offs of bad loans.
Tellabs Inc., down $1.06 at $7
The telecommunications equipment maker's quarterly net income nearly doubled, but it posted a weak revenue forecast.
Northern Trust Corp., up $2.55 at $50.57
A British newspaper said there were rumors that the U.K.'s HSBC wants to buy the Chicago financial services company.