Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Boeing Co., up 47 cents at $70.63
The aircraft maker's quarterly profit rose almost 20 percent as it delivered more expensive planes. It raised its 2011 guidance.
Delta Air Lines Inc., down 41 cents at $7.61
The airline will reduce its flying more than planned later this year as it cuts costs to make up for higher fuel prices.
Corning Inc., down $1.25 at $16.04
The maker of glass for LCD TVs said consumer demand was slowing for the TVs, and cut its glass production forecast.
Wyndham Worldwide Corp., up 56 cents at $34.73
The hotel chain said increasing leisure travel helped propel quarterly profit 20 percent, and it raised its outlook for the year.
Amazon.com Inc., up $8.34 at $222.52
The online retailer reported stronger-than expected results for the second quarter, including a 51 percent revenue increase.
Juniper Networks Inc., down $6.51 at $24.66
The computer networking gear maker forecast a lackluster third quarter as Internet providers, its customers, hold back on spending.
Questcor Pharmaceuticals Inc., up $6.50 at $32.50 The drug maker's quarterly revenue hit a record because of strong demand for its multiple sclerosis treatment.
P.F. Chang's China Bistro Inc., down $4.75 at $34.50
The restaurant chain cut its 2011 outlook, saying it expects that a key sales measure to decline and labor costs will rise.