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October 04. 2013 5:36PM
Associated Press

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(AP) Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:


Constellation Brands Inc., up $1.82 to $61.97

The wine, beer and liquor company hit a 52-week high after reporting quarterly results that topped expectations.

CSX Corp., down 11 cents to $25.57

Citigroup stripped its buy rating from the railroad citing the uncertainty about global demand for coal.

Lockheed Martin Corp., down 33 cents to $122.50

The defense contractor says it will furlough 3,000 employees on Monday and potentially more in coming weeks due to the government shutdown.


Potbelly Corp., up $16.77 to $30.77

Shares of the sandwich maker more than doubled in their Nasdaq trading debut, extending a streak for foodies, including Sprouts Farmers and Noodles & Co., which also saw shares double.

Discovery Laboratories Inc., up 73 cents to $2.70

The drug developer said regulators agreed to updated product specifications for its respiratory drug Surfaxin and that it has begun making the drug.

Taser International Inc., down 87 cents to $14.03

The stun gun maker lowered prices for some of its Axon police cameras and its service.

Outerwall Inc., up 4.92 to $57.10

Jana Partners LLC disclosed that it has bought up a major stake in the company formerly known as Coinstar and could push for a sale of the business.

Associated Press

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