Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Bank of America Corp., down 23 cents at $13.65
The Federal Reserve rejected a plan by the nation's largest bank to raise its dividend in the second half of the year.
Jabil Circuit Inc., up $2.06 at $20.99
Second-quarter profit at the electronic parts maker grew 86 percent, and it issued a third-quarter forecast that topped estimates.
Discover Financial Services, up $1.19 at $23.44
The credit card company said higher card use and fewer unpaid balances helped it post better-than-expected first-quarter profit.
Omeros Corp., up 64 cents at $6.69
The biotechnology company said its eye surgery drug candidate met key goals in a midstage study.
Xoma Ltd., down $1.50 at $3.52
A potential diabetes treatment by the biopharmaceutical company failed to lower blood sugar in a clinical trial.
Pozen Inc., up 18 cents at $4.93
The drug developer announced a deal with a Johnson & Johnson division to make and sell its migraine drug in South America.
Cintas Corp., up $1.61 at $29.75
An analyst said the uniform maker could continue to see its revenue increase despite rising energy and cotton costs.
Cree Inc., down $6.10 at $42.90
The maker of LED lighting products cut its third-quarter revenue target mainly due to lower chip and component sales.