Wayfair, Etsy fall; Albemarle, Booking Holdings rise
NEW YORK — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Thursday:
Intercontinental Exchange Inc., down $8. 23 to $101.63.
The owner of the New York Stock Exchange is buying mortgage software company Black Knight for $13.1 billion.
Booking Holdings Inc., up $68. 58 to $2,171.91.
The online booking service beat Wall Street’s revenue and earnings forecasts for the first quarter.
Albemarle Corp., up $21. 03 to $236.50.
The specialty chemicals company has significantly increased its revenue forecast for the current year.
TripAdvisor Inc., up $1. 25 to $25.80.
The new CEO of the travel website, reported strong first quarter revenue.
Kellogg Co. up $2. 38 to $70.23.
Frosted Flakes and Pop Tarts were the top-selling products in the category. They beat Wall Street’s revenue and profit forecasts for the first quarter.
Wayfair Inc., down $23. 31 to $67.45. The online retailer of home goods reported a larger first-quarter loss that Wall Street had expected.
Etsy Inc., down $18. 40 to $90.93. The online craft marketplace gave investors a weak forecast for the current quarter.
Centene Corp. has increased $1 91 to $84.82. The healthcare company is selling two pharmacies and expects to make about $2.8 billion in proceeds.
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