Wall Street Movers

Boeing, Tyson Foods, Diebold

Updated: 2013-11-18T22:01:53Z

NYSE

The Boeing Co., up $2.28 to $138.36

The plane maker is the big winner at the opening day of the Dubai Airshow, landing $100 billion in orders, twice that of Airbus.

JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd., up $3.80 to $33.30

The Chinese solar company turned in its second-consecutive profitable quarter and raised its full-year module shipments forecast.

Tyson Foods Inc., up 65 cents to $29.42

The nation’s biggest meat producer’s quarterly profit jumped 41 percent and it issued a revenue forecast for next year above Wall Street expectations.

Consol Energy Inc., down $1.42 to $34.56

A bad stretch for coal miners with the TVA closing eight coal-fired boilers and the U.N.’s chief climate diplomat ripping the sector.

Diebold Inc., up $1.56 to $32.14

KeyBanc Capital upgrades the security services company as its turnaround story gathers momentum from extensive cost cuts.

Nasdaq

Renewable Energy Group Inc., down $1.96 to $11.42

Canaccord Genuity downgrades the company’s stock following a proposal by federal regulators to ease 2014 renewable fuel standard targets.

Cell Therapeutics Inc., up 7 cents to $1.94

In licensing agreement with Baxter, the biopharmaceutical company expects at least $67 million in cash milestone payments.

Synchronoss Technologies Inc., down $1.13 to $32.77

R.W. Baird cuts its rating and target on the cloud services company citing concerns over limited international visibility.

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