Wall Street Movers

TiVo, Game Stop, The Gap, Quiksilver

Updated: 2013-06-07T23:11:05Z

NYSE

Quiksilver Inc., down 84 cents at $6.83

The surf-and-skate clothing company posted a larger second-quarter loss, as revenue from its namesake and Roxy brands declined.

Thor Industries Inc., up $4.92 at $46.16

The maker of recreational vehicles, commercial buses and ambulances said that its fiscal third-quarter profit increased 6 percent.

The Cooper Cos. Inc., up $6.87 at $120

The eye care and surgical products maker's fiscal second-quarter net income grew 37 percent on double-digit sales growth.

JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd., up 73 cents at $9.20

The Chinese solar products maker said that it took a bigger loss during its fourth quarter as solar product prices remained weak.

GameStop Corp., up $2.13 at $36.75

Microsoft Corp.’s upcoming Xbox One gaming console will be able to play used games, good news for GameStop, which sells used games.

Elan Corp. PLC, up 76 cents at $13.44

New York-based Royalty Pharma raised its offer to buy the Irish drugmaker to $13 per share in cash.

The Gap Inc., up $1.11 at $42.09

Shares of the retailer hit a 52-week high after saying that a key revenue figure rose 7 percent in May.

Nasdaq

TiVo Inc., down $2.61 at $11.10

The digital video recorder technology said that it settled patent disputes with Cisco, Motorola Mobility and Time Warner Cable. The terms fell well short of what most TiVo investors had expected.

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