Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Bank of America Corp., up 66 cents at $14.69 The bank's CEO said at an investor meeting that the company could earn more money in the next two years as business stabilizes.
Stage Stores Inc., up $2.32 at $18.37
The owner of Goody's and Peebles department stores reported a 15 percent jump in profit during the most recent quarter.
Brown-Forman Corp., up $3.21 at $70.67
The liquor maker raised its outlook after strong sales overseas of its Jack Daniel's whiskey drove profit up in the last quarter.
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc., down $2.89 at $249.67
A Jefferies analyst downgraded the burrito chain, saying it may be hurt more by rising food costs than other restaurant companies.
Sprint Nextel Corp., down 22 cents at $4.70
Bloomberg reports that Germany's Deutsche Telekom AG has held talks to sell its T-Mobile USA unit to the wireless carrier.
PulteGroup Inc., up 55 cents at $7.09
The homebuilder said preliminary signups were higher in the past two months then they were during the same time period last year.
Netflix Inc., down $11.95 at $195.45
The movie rental website may have a new rival in Facebook, which is letting users rent a Warners Bros. movie within its site.
Urban Outfitters Inc., down $6.33 at $31.66
Growing costs overshadowed higher sales in the retailer's latest quarter, and it warned that changing trends could increase markdowns.