NEW YORK (AP) â€” Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Barclays PLC, down $1.15 at $19.13
The British bank said its head of investment banking will take over as CEO from John Varley, who guided Barclays through the credit crisis.
Biovail Corp., up $2.29 at $26.25
The drug maker's potential merger partner, Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, reported that a combination of the companies would save $300 million, partly through slashing 1,100 jobs, or 25 percent of the combined work force.
Lincoln National Corp., down $1.18 at $24.91
The Treasury Department will auction 13.05 million warrants it had received from insurance company during the financial crisis.
Oracle Corp., up $1.34 to $24.26
The database software maker hired former Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO Mark Hurd as co-president a month after he resigned from HP.
Idenix Pharmaceuticals Inc., down $2.81 at $3.18
The biopharmaceutical said the FDA has placed testing of two potential Hepatitis C drugs on hold because of safety concerns.
Capella Education Co., down $3.88 to $61.40
A BMO analyst expects more limited stock gains for the higher education provider and cut his price forecast by nearly 25 percent.
Casey's General Stores Inc., up $3.86 to $42.76
The Iowa company rejected the latest takeover bid from Canada's Couche-Tard as too low, and said it will begin talks with another suitor.
Somaxon Pharmaceuticals Inc., up 16 cents to $3.99
The pharmaceutical company launched its new insomnia drug Silenor, after the FDA finally approved it in March following years of delays.