Apr 12, 4:44 PM EDT

Intel and Costco rise while Bed Bath & Beyond tumbles


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

Delta Air Lines Inc., up $1.51 to $52.98

The airline had a better first quarter than analysts had anticipated.

Bed Bath & Beyond Inc., down $4.29 to $17.21

The home goods retailer forecast a weaker-than-expected profit in 2018 and 2019.

Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., down $1.34 to $58.84

A Citi Investment Research analyst said Pfizer has no interest in buying Bristol-Myers.

U.S. Bancorp, up 69 cents to $51.24

Banks rose Thursday as interest rates turned higher.

L Brands Inc., down $1.74 to $36.17

The parent of Victoria's Secret said its sales grew in March, but discounts increased and profit margins fell.

Costco Wholesale Corp., up $4.17 to $188.82

The wholesale club operator said its sales improved in March.

Intel Corp., up $1.62 to $52.72

Technology companies, which have been the best performing part of the market for more than a year, made renewed gains Thursday.

Mallinckrodt PLC, down $1.01 to $13.89

A former employee sued the company over its marketing of a key drug, HP Acthar Gel.

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