Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
ConocoPhilips, up $1.21 at $75.61
The country's third-largest energy company will separate into two publicly traded entities. Its CEO will retire after the split.
JPMorgan Chase & Co., up 73 cents at $40.35
The bank's quarterly profit rose as it cut losses in its credit card portfolio and collected higher investment-banking fees.
Marriott International Inc., down $2.45 at $34.69
The hotel operator's second-quarter profit grew thanks to higher room rates and new properties. But it cut full-year guidance.
Consol Energy Inc., up $2.16 at $50.89
The energy company lifted its coal production forecast for the year after strong production in its mines during the second quarter.
Southern Union Co., up $1.82 at $43.42
Williams Cos. increased its offer for the pipeline company, topping a competing bid from Energy Transfer Equity LP.
Medicis Pharmaceutical Corp., down $1.49 at $38.56
Police found a dead woman, reportedly the girlfriend of the CEO of the dermatology drug developer, at the CEO's California mansion.
Joy Global, Inc., up 54 cents at $95.41
The mining equipment maker will buy a 41 percent stake of a Chinese coal mining equipment maker for about $585 million.
Netgear Inc., down $2.70 at $40.28
A Barclays analyst cut the networking products maker's rating, saying its stock price already reflects market share gains.