Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Wells Fargo & Co., up $1.53 at $28.41 Quarterly profit rose 30 percent. The number of uncollected loans and credit card bills dropped sharply.
Coca-Cola Co., up $2.20 at $69.32
The beverages maker sold more drinks around the world and offset higher ingredients costs by raising some prices.
Bank of America Corp., down 15 cents at $9.57
The country's largest bank reported a quarterly loss of $9.1 billion, partly due to a $8.5 billion mortgage bond settlement.
Harley-Davidson Inc., up $3.70 at $45.11
The motorcycle maker said its quarterly sales rose for the first time since 2006, and it raised its shipment forecast for 2011.
Eastman Kodak Co., down 21 cents at $2.31
A trade panel ruled for the photo company against Apple in a patent dispute, but investors still worry about the company's future.
State Street Corp., down 93 cents at $42.02
Earnings grew with higher fee revenue from the bank's investment services. But expenses soared, and it will cut 850 IT jobs.
PetroQuest Energy Inc., up $1.17 at $8.32
Raymond James upgraded the energy company after it noted better results in its Woodford shale and an improved balance sheet.
Lincare Holdings Inc., down $2.20 at $26.29
The home health care services provider's quarterly profit fell short of expectations because of higher expenses.