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

Mattel Inc., down $3.42 to $21.79

The toy company said sales dropped 15 percent in its first quarter as it dealt with too many holiday items unsold.

Honeywell International Inc., up $3.31 to $127.08

The industrial conglomerate's profit and sales were better than expected, and it raised its profit projection for the year.

Hawaiian Holdings Inc., up $1.35 to $53.25

The parent of Hawaiian Airlines said it expects strong growth in an important revenue measurement over the next few months.

Schlumberger Ltd., down $1.67 to $74.84

The world's biggest oilfield services company reported less revenue than analysts had forecast.

Rockwell Collins Inc., up $5.11 to $104.70

The aviation electronics company raised its profit and sales forecasts after its $8.6 billion purchase of former competitor B/E Aerospace.

NextEra Energy Inc., up $2.15 to $133.02

The parent of Florida Power & Light posted a larger-than-expected profit, and its stock benefited from a dip in bond yields.

Exxon Mobil Corp., down 32 cents to $80.69

The Trump administration denied a request from the company to waive U.S. sanctions against Russia and allow it to resume oil drilling around the Black Sea

XBiotech Inc., down $6.79 to $10.23

The company said it's less likely that a colorectal cancer treatment it is developing will be approved in Europe.

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