Stocks that were heavily traded on Thursday or with significant price changes: Angie, Elastic Decline; Growth in KB Home, Delta Air Lines
Stocks that were heavily traded or had substantial price changes on Thursday:
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., from $6.96 to $139.19.
The chipmaker reported strong fourth quarter financial results.
KB Home, $7 to $49.38.
The homebuilder’s fourth-quarter profit beat Wall Street’s forecasts.
Lenar Corp., from 60 cents to $108.54.
The homebuilder is increasing its quarterly dividend.
The Boeing Company, from $6.45 to $223.90.
The plane maker’s troubled 737 MAX jet may reportedly resume commercial flights in China this month.
Delta Air Lines Inc., 86 cents to $41.47.
The airline’s fourth-quarter earnings and revenue beat Wall Street’s forecasts.
Denali Therapeutics Inc., down $33.86 from $4.69.
The Food and Drug Administration ordered the biopharmaceutical company to suspend its study of a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.
Elastic NV, down from $13.17 to $97.87.
The software developer promoted Ashutosh Kulkarni as CEO.
Angie Inc., fell 66 cents to $7.91.
Investors were disappointed with a December update from a digital marketplace provider for home services.