Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
KB Home, down 95 cents at $10.29
The homebuilder said cancellations on new home contracts spiked in its fiscal first quarter, driving home orders down 8 percent.
Darden Restaurants Inc., down 91 cents at $50.92
The operator of the Olive Garden restaurants said that its fiscal third-quarter profit rose, but customers were still spending cautiously.
Monster Worldwide Inc., up 73 cents at $10.22
A Robert W. Baird analyst upgraded the job posting company's rating saying that its international investments should pay off.
Nike Inc., down $3.57 at $107.42
The maker of athletic shoes and clothing reported better-than-expected third-quarter results, but its gross profit margin declined.
The Wet Seal Inc., down 27 cents at $3.28
The teen retailer said fourth-quarter sales fell compared with a year ago and it issued guidance below analysts' expectations.
Medidata Solutions Inc., up $2.61 at $27.51
A Jefferies analyst upgraded shares of the maker of software and services for clinical development of drugs to "Buy" from "Hold."
Perry Ellis International Inc., down 55 cents at $17.88
The clothing company said that it will cut jobs and close some less profitable brands to help it turn around its business.
Layne Christensen Co., down 47 cents at $21.96
The drilling company said U.S. authorities are reviewing whether overseas payments violated anti-bribery laws.