Wall Street Movers

Amgen, Tesla, Aeropostale, Hasbro

Updated: 2013-08-26T20:40:24Z

NYSE

Peabody Energy Corp., up 40 cents to $18.25.

Shares of the coal miner jump following a glowing analysis of the company by Barron’s over the weekend.

Intrepid Potash Inc., up 20 cents at $12.61

Fertilizer companies get a bump after the head of the massive Russian potash producer Uralkali is detained for abuse of powers shortly after that company said it would exit a lucrative pricing cartel.

Aeropostale Inc., down 5 cents to $8.71

“Enough beating of baby seals,” says Brean Capital, which upgrades the specialty retailer after its shares slumped nearly 40 percent in the past month.

3D Systems Corp., up $3.46 to $51.90

Shares of 3D printing companies rise after Citigroup initiates coverage on two, one of them being 3D Systems.

Nasdaq

Tesla Motors Inc. $2.38 to $164.22

The market value of the electric car maker jumps above $20 billion on a favorable sales report from California dealers.

Amgen Inc., up $8.15 to $113.75

Shares of the biotech giant rise after it snaps up cancer drugmaker Onyx Pharmaceuticals for $10.4 billion.

Hasbro Inc., up 28 cents to $46.39

Citigroup says the toymaker’s latest slate of products, including a new Elmo doll, should accelerate sales growth.

C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc., up $1.63 to $58.83

The trucking company ups its share buyback plans after taking a beating following its most recent quarterly report.

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