Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially Wednesday: Tesla, Liberty Global rise; Red Robin, OneSpan fall
NEW YORK —
Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially Wednesday.
Tesla Inc., up $180.37 to $1,554.76.
The electric vehicle maker announced a stock split, increasing the number of shares while cutting their price.
Moderna Inc., up 55 cents to $69.52.
The biotechnology company made a deal to supply 100 million doses of its potential COVID-19 vaccine to the U.S. government.
StoneCo Ltd., down $3.10 to $49.29.
The payments processor is buying Linx, a retail management software maker.
Liberty Global Plc., up 32 cents to $22.37.
The Denver-based owner of European broadband and mobile assets is buying Sunrise Communications Group.
Super Micro Computer Inc., down $4.47 to $26.01.
The maker of computer servers and other IT hardware gave investors a weak third-quarter profit forecast.
Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Inc., down $1.32 to $9.58.
The burger chain said the virus pandemic caused it to make a big loss in the second-quarter.
OneSpan Inc., down $12.36 to $18.84.
The internet security company reported disappointing second-quarter financial results and won’t achieve its 2020 financial targets.
Montage Resources Corp., down 34 cents to $5.63.
The energy exploration and production company is being bought by Southwestern Energy.