Shares that traded closely or had substantial value adjustments Tuesday: Clorox, Take-Two fall; Ralph Lauren, Kennametal rise
NEW YORK — Shares that traded closely or had substantial value adjustments Tuesday:
Simon Property Group Inc., up $3.22 to $129.54.
The shopping center actual property funding belief beat Wall Road’s second-quarter revenue and income forecasts.
Take-Two Interactive Software program Inc., down $13.35 to $159.86.
The writer of “Grand Theft Auto” and different video video games gave traders a disappointing income forecast.
IPG Photonics Corp., down $39.81 to $177.69.
The high-powered laser maker reported disappointing second-quarter revenue and income.
Columbia Sportswear Co., up 59 cents to $102.
The maker of athletic attire and outside gear reported a shock second-quarter revenue and an encouraging forecast.
Activision Blizzard Inc., down $2.93 to $79.83.
The online game maker mentioned the top of Blizzard Leisure would resign amid a discrimination and sexual harassment lawsuit in opposition to the corporate.
Kennametal Inc., up $1.77 to $37.94.
The engineered merchandise maker beat analysts’ fiscal fourth-quarter revenue and income forecasts.
Ralph Lauren Corp., up $7.23 to $125.22.
The upscale clothes firm reported stable fiscal first-quarter monetary outcomes.
Clorox Co., down $17.14 to $164.06.
The maker of bleach and different client items reported disappointing fiscal fourth-quarter monetary outcomes.