Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Friday: First Solar, TrueCar fall; Deere, Dropbox rise
NEW YORK —
Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Friday:
Deere & Co., up $11.60 to $177.43.
The farming machinery maker handily beat Wall Street’s fourth-quarter profit and sales forecasts.
First Solar Inc., down $8.73 to $50.59.
The largest U.S. solar panel maker’s fourth-quarter profit and sales fell short of Wall Street forecasts.
Zscaler Inc., down $10.67 to $54.51.
The cybersecurity company gave investors a weak profit forecast for its fiscal third quarter.
Universal Display Corp., down $4.40 to $174.37.
The organic light-emitting diode technology company gave investors a disappointing revenue forecast for the year.
Dropbox Inc., up $3.73 to $22.45.
The online file-sharing company’s fourth-quarter profit and revenue beat analysts’ forecasts.
Texas Roadhouse Inc., up $5.17 to $71.52.
The restaurant chain raised its dividend after beating Wall Street’s fourth-quarter profit forecasts.
Sprouts Farmers Market Inc., up $1.94 to $17.99.
The natural food retailer reported surprisingly good fourth-quarter earnings and gave a solid profit forecast.
TrueCar Inc., down 43 cents to $3.48.
The provider of localized information on new car costs is facing the loss of a contract with USAA Federal Savings Bank before the year ends.