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Sep 30, 4:24 PM EDT

Ford and eBay are big market movers

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NEW YORK (AP) -- Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:


Ford Motor Co., down 32 cents to $14.79

The automaker said it will fall short of its full-year profit goals because of weak international sales and recall costs.

Teekay Corp., up $8 to $66.36

The crude oil and gas marine transportation company will boost its dividend by up to 80 percent as part of a new policy.

Masco Corp., up 60 cents to $23.92

The building products maker is spinning off its installation and other services division in a move aimed at boosting value.

TravelCenters of America LLC, down $1.74 to $9.88

The travel center operator reported a drop in second-quarter profit on tax costs, with the results falling short of expectations.


EBay Inc., up $3.97 to $56.63

The e-commerce company plans to spin off mobile payment service PayPal, and President and CEO John Donahue will step down.

Move Inc., up $5.67 to $20.96

News Corp. is spending about $950 million to buy the online real estate business in a move to speed up its digital expansion.

Cintas Corp., up $4.64 to $70.59

The work uniform company reported better-than-expected quarterly financial results and a strong financial outlook.

Vimicro International Corp., up 80 to $9.94

The China-based video surveillance technology company announced a credit line of up to $65 million and a $12.4 million contract.

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