Stocks that were heavily traded or changed prices significantly on Wednesday: Gap, Nordstrom declines; deer, net storage growth
Stocks that traded heavily or had significant price changes on Wednesday:
Autodesk Inc., down $47.10 to $256.90.
The design software company warned investors that supply chain problems and inflationary pressures were hampering the pace of its recovery.
HP Ink, from $3.25 to $35.44.
The personal computer and printer maker reported strong fiscal fourth quarter results.
Pure Storage Inc., from $3.67 to $30.95.
The data storage company’s third-quarter earnings and revenue beat Wall Street’s forecasts.
Gap Inc., down from $5.67 to $17.84.
The clothing chain said supply chain problems dented its third-quarter earnings and revenue.
Nordstrom Inc., down from $9.27 to $22.66.
The department store operator’s third-quarter earnings fell well short of Wall Street’s forecasts.
Deere & Co., from $18.58 to $367.86.
The farm equipment maker’s fiscal fourth-quarter profit easily beat Wall Street’s forecasts.
Dell Technologies Inc., from $2.63 to $57.30.
The computer and technology services provider raised its profit forecast for the year.
VMware Inc., from $2.22 to $118.70.
The cloud-computing company’s third-quarter profit and revenue beat analysts’ forecasts.