- The Washington Times - Tuesday, April 14, 2009

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

NYSE

Johnson & Johnson, up 22 cents at $51.37

The maker of health care products said first-quarter revenue fell by more than 7 percent while profit dipped 2.5 percent, but maintained its forecast for the year.

Goldman Sachs Group Inc., down $15.04 at $115.11

Despite better-than-expected results, the bank’s chief financial officer said there were still “headwinds” for the financial sector due to declining asset values.

Toyota Motor Corp., down $2.86 at $75.85

An insurance industry crash test study found that the auto maker’s Yaris, like other micro cars, provided poor protection for drivers in head-on crashes with bigger vehicles.

W.W. Grainger Inc., up $2.72 at $79.96

The maintenance-products distributor said its net income slid more than 15 percent, but still beat Wall Street profit expectations.

MGM Mirage, up 35 cents at $6.60

The casino operator got a waiver for a waiver for a debt payment on its $8.7 billion CityCenter development in Las Vegas, which had been due on Monday.

Talbots Inc., down $1.14 at $3.43

The women’s clothing retailer’s fourth-quarter loss more than doubled, and first-quarter guidance fell short of Wall Street estimates.

NASDAQ

Dendreon Corp., up $9.69 at $16.99

Shares of the biotech jumped to a two-year high after a study showed its treatment helped keep men with advanced prostate cancer alive longer, making an FDA approval more likely.

Fastenal Co., down $3.22 at $34.96

The industrial equipment maker’s first-quarter earnings tumbled and fell short of estimates, and the company said it had mostly frozen hiring and slowed store expansion.


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