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

Morgan Stanley, up 18 cents to $49.12

The company had a better-than-expected third quarter as its wealth management business performed well.

Johnson & Johnson, up $4.67 to $140.79

The health care conglomerate raised its annual forecasts after strong third-quarter report.

Netflix Inc., down $3.20 to $199.48

The streaming video company gained subscribers, but its debt and programming costs continue to rise.

Boeing Co., down $1.13 to $258.62

European aerospace company Airbus announced a deal with Canadian company Bombardier.

UnitedHealth Group Inc., up $10.69 to $203.89

The health insurance company did better than expected as its Medicare Advantage business grew.

Impax Laboratories Inc., down 65 cents to $19.30

The generic drug company said it will combine with competitor Amneal Holdings.

Badger Meter Inc., down $6.20 to $44.60

The gas and water flow measurement device company fell short of analyst estimates in the third quarter.

Synchronoss Technologies Inc., down 54 cents to $13.19

Siris Capital Group will buy the mobile service company's Intralinks unit for $1 billion and a $185 million equity investment.

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