Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Bank of America Corp., down 66 cents at $7.25
U.S. bank regulators asked the banking giant to show how it would deal with worsening conditions, said The Wall Street Journal.
Liz Claiborne Inc., up 46 cents at $5.52
The clothing maker is selling its Mexx business to a joint venture led by a private equity firm as part of its plan to reduce its debt.
Campbell Soup Co., down 40 cents at $31.46
The soup and snacks maker's quarterly profit dropped, but adjusted results still topped Wall Street expectations.
H&R Block Inc., down $1.77 at $13.41
A big charge related to the sale of the tax preparer's business consulting unit deepened its first-quarter loss.
Esterline Technologies Corp., down $9.67 at $64.16
The aerospace and defense parts maker said demand for airplane parts is moderating, and its outlook fell short of analyst estimates.
Quiksilver Inc., down 18 cents at $3.94
The surf and skate clothing company's net income grew thanks to rising sales, and a Baird analyst upgraded its shares.
Netflix Inc., down $20.16 at $213.11
Starz will stop streaming movies and TV shows on Netflix's website, a major blow to the subscription video service.
Finisar Corp., up $1.62 at $20.21
The optical networking equipment maker surprised Wall Street analysts with a better-than-expected first quarter.