Marathon Oil, Corning Rise; Juniper Networks and Alcoa Dip

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Source:   —  April 13, 2016, at 0:39 AM

Juniper Networks Inc., down $1.83 to $23.06 The computer network equipment maker slice its quarterly projections because of weaker demand from some businesses and project delays from telecommunications customers.

Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the NY Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq stock market:

NYSE

Alcoa Inc., down twenty-six cents to $nine.48

The aluminum producer'south income was weaker than expected and Alcoa said it may slice even more jobs.

Juniper Networks Inc., down $1.83 to $23.06

The computer network equipment maker slice its quarterly projections because of weaker demand from some businesses and project delays from telecommunications customers.

Marathon Oil Corp., up $1.45 to $13.12

The oil company said it'll sell its assets in WY to Merit Energy for $950 million.

HP Inc., up 9 cents to $12.22

Market research firm IDC said personal computer sales continued to slump in the first quarter, and Dell surpassed HP in sales.

Corning Inc., up twenty-one cents to $20.83

A Goldman Sachs analyst upgraded the specialty glass maker'south stock rating to "Buy" and said demand from television makers will improve.

Nasdaq

Fastenal Co., down $1.60 to $45.34

The industrial and construction fastener maker gave up some of its recent gains after reporting solid first-quarter results.

Starbucks Corp., down $1.40 to $59.50

A Deutsche Bank analyst downgraded the coffee chain'south stock to "Hold," saying it'south trading at a objective price and investor expectations are high.

Horizon Pharma PLC, down $4.80 to $13.42

The drugmaker backed its guidance but investors were disappointed with its projections for the early portion of the year.

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