Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Target Corp., up $2.15 at $51.91
The discount retailer said September revenue rose 5.3 percent at stores open a year on higher sales of groceries and clothing.
Constellation Brands Inc., up $1.68 at $20.40
The wine and spirits maker said its second-quarter profit jumped 78 percent on price hikes and improved sales in North America.
Blount International Inc., up 54 cents at $14.42
A KeyBanc analyst kept his "Buy" rating on the outdoor equipment parts maker saying that a recent acquisition is a strong fit.
99 Cents Only Stores, up $1.55 at $20.05
The New York Post reported that private-equity firm Ares Capital Management may offer $22 a share to buy the discount chain.
Corning Inc., up 90 cents at $13.50
The specialty glass maker said it plans to repurchase up to $1.5 billion of its shares and raise its quarterly dividend 50 percent.
Electronic Arts Inc., up $1.60 at $22.56
A Wedbush analyst said that the video game publisher's shares will get a boost from upcoming titles such as "Battlefield 3."
Wet Seal Inc., down 58 cents at $4.05
The teen retailer said that revenue at stores open at least a year fell 0.3 percent in September as sales dropped after Labor Day.
Express Scripts Inc., up $4.08 at $40.02
The pharmacy benefits manager gave a more optimistic three-year outlook of its business despite cutting its 2011 profit guidance.