NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday:
Target Corp., up $2.44 to $53.31
The retailer raised its second-quarter forecasts and said sales and customer traffic grew.
Delta Air Lines Inc., down 98 cents to $54.50
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The airline reported a smaller profit and less revenue than analysts expected.
Tiffany & Co., up $1.58 to $94.04
The jewelry retailer named Alessandro Bogliolo of Diesel as its new CEO.
Commerce Bancshares Inc., up $1.98 to $58.22
The bank holding company reported a stronger-than-expected second quarter.
Yandex NV, up $4.35 to $31.68
Uber agreed to merge its ridesharing business in Russia with the Russian search engine.
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., up $1.10 to $33.19
Israeli media reported that the drugmaker could hire AstraZeneca’s CEO.
NRG Energy Inc., up $1.11 to $22.20
Shares kept climbing after the electric utility said it plans to sell $4 billion in assets and cut costs.
Apple Inc., up $2.03 to $147.77
Technology companies, which have slumped since early June, were on track to rise for the fifth day in a row.