Revlon, JetBlue, Dunkin’ Brands are big movers
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
Revlon Inc., down $1.38 at $19.16
The cosmetics company reported a first-quarter loss, as the company took a charge for refinancing some debt and revenue was flat.
Lear Corp., up $3.43 at $57.38
The auto-seat maker said that it entered an $800 million accelerated stock buyback program, pushing its stock to a 52-week high.
Carter’s Inc., up $3.63 at $64.12
The children’s clothing company reported that its first-quarter net income rose 28 percent as it expanded its overseas business.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., up $1.78 at $36.07
The cruise line posted a 62 percent jump in first-quarter profit as ticket revenue rose and passengers spent more on extras.
Harley-Davidson Inc., up $1.11 at $54.31
The motorcycle maker said that its first-quarter profit jumped 30 percent as it shipped more motorcycles to dealerships worldwide.
Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc., up $1.38 at $39
The parent company of Dunkin’ Donuts said that its first-quarter earnings fell 8 percent, but its adjusted results beat expectations.
JetBlue Airways Corp., down 33 cents at $6.85
The airline’s first-quarter profit fell 53 percent due to higher maintenance costs and weak travel demand over a February holiday.
Biogen Idec Inc., up $9.82 at $216
The drugmaker said that its first-quarter net income rose 41 percent on lower tax rates and improved sales of its multiple sclerosis drugs.