Wall Street Movers

Intel, eBay, UnitedHealth Group, Sherwin-Williams

Updated: 2013-07-18T21:18:58Z


UnitedHealth Group Inc., up $4.32 at $70.55

The health insurer’s second-quarter net income rose almost 8 percent. Its earnings topped Wall Street analysts’ expectations.

Safeway Inc., up $1.67 at $26.32

The grocery store chain said its profit fell in the second quarter, but its results still topped Wall Street expectations.

The Sherwin-Williams Co., down $15.25 at $167.94

The paint and coatings maker announced disappointing second-quarter results and issued a weak outlook for the current quarter.

Morgan Stanley, up $1.16 at $27.70

The New York bank’s second-quarter earnings and revenue jumped, fueled by gains in investment banking and wealth management.


eBay Inc., down $3.86 at $53.52

The e-commerce company said a challenging market in Europe and Korea will weigh on its business in the second half of the year.

Scholastic Corp., down $2.65 at $29.45

The book publisher said that its fiscal fourth-quarter results were hurt as sales of “The Hunger Games” fell.

Intel Corp., down 91 cents at $23.24

The world’s largest maker of computer chips said it expects flat sales amid a decline in the PC market.

Jakks Pacific Inc., down $4.48 at $6.99

The Malibu, Calif.-based toymaker reported disappointing quarterly results, cut its outlook and announced a restructuring.

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