(AP) Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
The Men's Wearhouse Inc., up $9.79 to $45.03
Jos. A. Bank proposed to acquire its bigger rival in a $2.3 billion deal. But Men's Wearhouse rejected the offer, calling it "opportunistic" and "inadequate."
Alcoa Inc., up 16 cents to $8.10
The aluminum maker swung to a third-quarter profit thanks to strong demand from auto makers and cost-cutting in the face of lower prices.
Yum Brands Inc., down $4.82 to $66.48
KFC's parent company saw profit fall 68 percent in the third quarter as sales slumped in China, which accounts for more than 40 percent of its operating profit.
K12 Inc., down $10.99 to $17.60
The online-education company said its fiscal first-quarter enrollment grew by just 5.7 percent and it issued a weak revenue outlook for all of 2014.
Ruby Tuesday Inc., up 31 cents to $7.55
B. Riley & Co. initiated coverage of the stock saying that the restaurant operator's "persistent erosion of sales has troughed," positioning it for a rebound.
Netflix Inc., down $13.89 to $288.43
Shares of the online movie service slumped for a second day as investors dump high-flying tech stocks to avoid risk during the stalemate in Washington.
Ariad Pharmaceuticals Inc., down $11.31 to $5.83
Federal regulators suspended enrollment in all trials of the company's cancer drug Iclusig because of blood clots among participants.
Tower Group International Ltd., down 66 cents to $3.73
The insurer followed up its worst single-day loss with another serious decline after saying it would book hundreds of millions of dollars in charges.