Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Thursday: Disney, Six Flags and Big Lots rise; Costco falls
NEW YORK —
Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Thursday:
JPMorgan Chase & Co., up $8.46 to $102.76.
The Federal Reserve announced more aggressive measures to support lending to companies, households and local governments.
Walt Disney Co., up $3.43 to $104.50.
The company’s Disney Plus streaming service surpassed 50 million paid subscribers just five months after launching.
Costco Wholesale Corp., down $5.96 to $300.01.
The company reported March sales figures that disappointed investors.
Six Flags Entertainment Corp., up $1.85 to $16.14.
The company said its lenders have agreed to increase its credit facility from $350 million to $481 million.
Big Lots Inc., up $3.86 to $19.63.
The discount retail chain will net $550 million via a sale-leaseback agreement for several of its distribution centers.
Stitch Fix Inc., up $1.48 to $15.05.
The online clothing seller pulled its forecasts and said it continues fulfilling orders despite the closure of two distribution centers.
Starbucks Corp., up $2.31 to $73.88.
The company is seeing steady improvements in its operations in China and South Korea.
Microchip Technology Inc., down $1.07 to $78.45.
The semiconductor expects to beat its sales forecast for the just-ended quarter.
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