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Mar 23, 4:27 PM EDT

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

Cintas Corp., up $4.74 to $167.85

The uniform supplier had a stronger quarter than analysts expected.

Micron Technology Inc., down $4.71 to $54.21

Technology companies tumbled as investors worried about rising trade tensions, and chipmakers took sharp losses.

Nike Inc., up 21 cents to $64.63

The athletic gear maker beat Wall Street's expectations in its latest quarter.

Lincoln National Corp., down $3.24 to $70.36

Banks continued to fare worse than the rest of the market on Friday.

Lockheed Martin Corp., up $9.16 to $336.31

Defense contractors climbed after President Donald Trump signed a new government funding bill. Inc., down $1.79 to $28.03

The online car marketplace settled a dispute with activist investment firm Starboard Value.

KB Home, up 68 cents to $29.52

The homebuilder reported a loss for its latest quarter that was narrower than analysts were expecting.

Wynn Resorts Ltd., up 34 cents to $175.88

Former CEO Steve Wynn, who resigned last month amid sexual misconduct allegations, sold the rest of his stake in the company.

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