Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Friday: Big Lots, American Eagle fall; Dell, Ulta Beauty rise
NEW YORK — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Friday:
Gap Inc., up 48 cents to $11.60.
The clothing chain gave investors a mixed financial report, with solid revenue during the first quarter but a slashed profit forecast for the year.
American Eagle Outfitters Inc., down 93 cents to $13.09.
The clothing retailer reported weak first-quarter earnings and revenue.
Ulta Beauty Inc., up $47.12 to $425.08.
The cosmetics retailer raised its profit forecast for the year after reporting strong first-quarter financial results.
Dell Technologies Inc., up $5.65 to $49.58.
The computer and technology services provider reported strong first-quarter profits and revenue.
Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Inc., up $2.16 to $10.77.
The restaurant chain beat Wall Street’s first-quarter financial forecasts.
Big Lots Inc. down $3.71 to $26.94.
The discount retailer reported a surprise first-quarter loss and disappointing revenue.
Workday Inc. down $9.36 to $158.79.
The maker of human resource software reported disappointing first-quarter earnings.
Zscaler Inc., up $17.87 to $160.
The cloud-based information security provider raised its financial forecasts for the year.