NEW YORK (AP) -- Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
Dollar General Corp., down $1.63 to $57.66
Winter storms hurt the retailer's sales, but investors appeared more concerned about the company's weak forecast for this year.
Williams-Sonoma Inc., up $5.77 to $64.74
The performance of the home-goods retailer during the past quarter surprised Wall Street as sales at stores opened at least a year jumped.
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc., up 23 cents to $20.11
The doughnut shop lifted its earnings outlook for its current fiscal year and increased the size of its share buyback program by $30 million.
PVH Corp., down $7 to $115.04
Morgan Stanley downgraded the apparel company, believing that it will have to increase spending on advertising due to competition.
Amazon.com Inc., up 87 cents to $371.51
The online retailer hiked the price of its annual Amazon Prime membership by $20, to $99, to offset rising costs and new services.
Plug Power Inc., up $1.20 to $8
Quarterly revenue jumped to $8 million, from less than $6 million, as the fuel cell machine company lines up some large clients
Stein Mart Inc., down 60 cents to $13.69
Profit slumped during the fourth quarter as the discount retail chain marked down prices in a tough competitive environment.
Kirkland's Inc., up 55 cents to $19.11
Investors overlooked falling profits during the most recent quarter, focusing instead on improving trends for the apparel store.