Portola Pharma and Williams skid, Office Depot and PVH climb
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq stock market:
PVH Corp., up $6.66 to $94.29
The owner of the Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger brands posted solid quarterly results and gave a strong outlook for 2016.
Signet Jewelers Ltd., up $3.41 to $121.42
The jewelry retailer posted strong quarterly results and annual profit guidance was better than expected.
Terex Corp., up $1.31 to $25.05
The crane maker said Zoomlion, a Chinese competitor, raised its takeover offer to $31 per share from $30 a share.
KB Home, up 83 cents to $13.93
The custom home builder reported strong first-quarter results, with sales far better than analysts expected.
Williams Cos., down 91 cents to $15.35
Oil prices fell for the second consecutive day, pressuring energy companies.
Office Depot Inc., up 57 cents to $6.91
Investors grew more optimistic that a court will allow the office supply company to combine with rival Staples even though regulators oppose the deal.
Sportsman's Warehouse Holdings Inc., down $1.56 to $12.23
The outdoor sporting goods retailer's guidance disappointed Wall Street.
Portola Pharmaceuticals Inc., down $8.35 to $20.27
The drug developer said a blood-clot prevention drug failed in a late stage clinical trial.