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NEW YORK (AP) -- Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday:

Constellation Brands Inc., down $5.91 to $219.88

The beer and wine maker disclosed weaker sales than Wall Street had forecast.

Sonic Corp., up 46 cents to $28.03

The drive-in restaurant chain reported a bigger profit than analysts expected.

Francesca's Holdings Corp., down $1.55 to $5.95

The retailer cut its forecasts after a weak holiday season.

Sears Holdings Corp., down 10 cents to $3.48

The struggling retailer said it will close another 100 stores after saying it would shutter 250 last year.

Momenta Pharmaceuticals Inc., up $2.80 to $17.55

The drugmaker said a potential treatment for immune system disorders was safe and showed signs of effectiveness in an early study.

Barnes & Noble Inc., down 90 cents to $5.60

The book store chain said sales slumped in December, including online sales.

Core-Mark Holding Co., down $7.23 to $24.18

The wholesale consumer products distributor gave disappointing forecasts as several of its businesses struggled.

TiGenix SA, up $17.05 to $40.73

The drug developer agreed to be bought by Japanese drugmaker Takeda.

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