Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Wal-Mart Stores Inc., down $2.41 at $60.07
Even though it attracted more shoppers to its namesake U.S. stores, the retailer reported an almost 15 percent decline in profit.
Anadarko Petroleum Corp., down $2.31 at $85.74
The Texas oil and gas company said its chief executive, who ran the company since 2003, will step down in May for personal reasons.
CH Energy Group Inc., up $7.45 at $66.22
Canadian utility company Fortis Inc. agreed to buy the U.S. utility company in a cash deal that is worth just under $1 billion.
Macy's Inc., up 44 cents at $36.69
The department store chain said strong holiday and online sales helped push its fiscal fourth-quarter net income up 12 percent.
Prestige Brand Holdings Inc., up $2.91 at $16.41
Mexican pharmaceutical company Genomma Lab offered to buy Prestige, which makes Clear Eyes eye drops, for about $834 million.
RadioShack Corp., down 62 cents at $7.26
The consumer electronics retailer's fourth-quarter profit plunged 79 percent because of discounting during the holiday season.
URS Corp., up $1.94 at $44.85
The San Francisco-based construction company offered $1.25 billion to buy Canadian oil and gas contractor Flint Energy Services.
Weatherford International Ltd., down $2.43 at $15.36
Due to accounting issues, the oilfield services company said that investors should not rely on its previous financial statements.