Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
American Eagle Outfitters Inc., up 92 cents at $15.54
The teen retailer said that its fourth-quarter profit fell 41 percent, but its adjusted results met Wall Street's expectations.
Brown Shoe Co. Inc., down $1.04 at $9.39
The owner of the Famous Footwear retail chain said that it lost $8.2 million in its fiscal fourth quarter on restructuring costs.
General Electric Co., up 35 cents at $18.77
The conglomerate expects its revenue to rise as much as 25 percent in resource-rich regions such as Latin America and Africa.
Global Cash Access Holdings Inc., up 66 cents at $6.02
The Las Vegas-based company which provides ATMs for the gaming industry posted fourth-quarter results that beat expectations.
Discovery Laboratories Inc., up 33 cents at $4.08
The biotechnology company said that the Food and Drug Administration approved its respiratory distress syndrome drug Surfaxin.
Ciena Corp., up 57 cents at $14.01
The communications network equipment maker said its fiscal first-quarter loss narrowed and its forecast met analyst expectations.
The Children's Place Retail Stores Inc., down $1.84 at $50.59
The children's clothing retail chain said that its fiscal fourth-quarter profit fell 25 percent due to mild winter weather.
Deckers Outdoor Corp., down $7.33 at $67.35
A Stifel Nicolaus analyst cut his price target on the UGG boots maker saying that mild winter weather could hurt sales.