NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Tuesday:
Johnson & Johnson, up $6.26 to $146.03.
The world’s biggest maker of health care products beat Wall Street’s first-quarter profit forecasts and raised its dividend.
Roku Inc., up $9.97 to $106.53.
The television streaming company reported a jump in new accounts and a surge in streaming hours during the first quarter.
Brooks Automation Inc., up $4.12 to $34.72.
The semiconductor and life sciences equipment company gave investors a solid earnings and sales update.
Groupon Inc., down 2 cents to $0.85.
The company adopted a shareholder rights plan aimed at defending against takeovers.
First Republic Bank, up $6.18 to $99.59.
The bank reported surprisingly good first-quarter earnings and revenue.
Fastenal Co., up $2.27 to $34.54.
The nuts and bolts distributor beat Wall Street’s first-quarter profit forecasts.
Wells Fargo & Co., down $1.25 to $30.18.
The bank’s profits were nearly wiped out in the first quarter as it set aside billions of dollars to cover potentially bad loans.
Hess Corp., down $1.31 to $38.60.
Falling oil prices weighed on energy companies.