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NEW YORK (AP) -- Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:


Skechers USA Inc., up $1.66 to $38.53

The winner of the Boston Marathon crossed the finish line wearing its sneakers and then the company blew away quarterly projections.

KB Home, down 20 cents to $16.34

Homebuilders took a beating after the Commerce Department reported that the number of Americans buying new homes plummeted in March.

Supervalu Inc., up 78 cents to $7.54

Distancing itself from the costs of shedding five chains, the grocer returned to a profit during its most recent quarter.

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc., up $2.09 to $54.48

The beverage maker's cost-cutting campaign appears to be paying off as it topped Wall Street's quarterly profit expectations.

Delta Air Lines Inc., up $2.14 to $37.09

The airline navigated harsh winter weather during the recent quarter and boosted its profit, despite a $90 million hit to revenue.


Athenahealth Inc., up 85 cents to $134.97

Morgan Stanley delivers an upgrade, citing a "growth runway" in both the company's ambulatory business and the larger inpatient market.

Popular Inc., up $2.23 to $31.68

The retail and commercial banker confirms reports that it is selling operations in three states as it consolidates its operations.

Intuitive Surgical Inc., down $48.40 to $373.93

The medical device maker cut its outlook on slowing sales of its da Vinci surgical robotic system and its first-quarter revenue fell.

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