Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Bank of America Corp., up 16 cents at $6.96
The bank made $2 billion in the fourth quarter, reversing a loss from a year ago, by selling debt and its stake in a Chinese bank.
Morgan Stanley, up 93 cents at $18.28
The bank posted a fourth-quarter loss of $275 million, its first since early 2009, but it was smaller than what investors expected.
Carnival Corp., up $1.36 at $31.91
A Nomura analyst said that the cruise operator's recent stock drop after one if its ships capsized in Italy was an "overreaction."
eBay Inc., up $1.17 at $31.51
The online auctions company reported that its net income grew sharply in the fourth quarter, beating Wall Street's expectations.
F5 Networks Inc., up $11.54 at $120
Thanks to strong sales in Asia and North America, the information technology company said its fiscal first quarter profit rose.
Acadia Healthcare Co. Inc., down 6 cents at $11.48
A Citi analyst initiated coverage of the operator of behavioral health facilities buy giving the company's stock a "Buy" rating.
SLM Corp., up 26 cents at $14.55
The Newark, Del.-based student loan lender, also known as Sallie Mae, said its net income rose 14 percent in fourth quarter.
Johnson Controls Inc., down $3.12 at $32.46
The auto parts maker said that its fiscal first-quarter net income rose 9 percent on higher demand from its auto industry customers.