NEW YORK — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
Family Dollar Stores Inc., up $4.55 at $68.50
The discount retailer said that its third-quarter net income fell 3 percent, but the earnings still topped analysts' expectations.
Nu Skin Enterprises Inc., up $12.79 at $79.36
The skin-care product and nutritional supplement seller raised its outlook for the year well above Wall Street expectations.
Nabors Industries Ltd., down $1.01 at $14.99
The drilling contractor said that its operating income will fall short of expectations because of weak results at its rig and completion units.
Hewlett-Packard Co., up 46 cents at $25.93
A Citi Investment Research analyst boosted the PC maker's stock rating to a "Buy" as its turnaround efforts begin to take hold.
Pandora Media Inc., down $1.68 at $17.97
Shares of the Internet radio company continued to fall a day after reporting slowing growth on how long people listened to its music.
OpenTable Inc., down 92 cents at $66.99
A Citi analyst initiated coverage of the online restaurant reservation company's stock with a "Sell" rating, citing growth concerns.
Helen of Troy Ltd., up $1.04 at $43.04
The personal care products maker's fiscal first-quarter net income fell 39 percent, but its adjusted results beat expectations.
Pharmacyclics Inc., up $10.74 at $100.26
The drugmaker and Johnson & Johnson said that they filed for marketing approval of their blood cancer drug ibrutinib.