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


Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., down $4.61 to $114.54

China's e-commerce giant exceeded $9 billion in sales during Singles Day, an event in that country that celebrates the uncommitted.

Swift Energy Co., down 27 cents to $6.18

Due to accounting mistakes, the energy producer will restate recent financial results to show that it had understated its retained earnings.

Darden Restaurants Inc., up $1.41 to $55.72

Shares of the restaurateur hit a 52-week high on an upgrade from KeyBanc, which sees things turning around at Olive Garden.

Ford Motor Co., up 37 cents to $14.37

Production is scheduled to begin on the automaker's new aluminum-sided F-150, a vehicle that could reset industry standards.

Southwest Airlines Co., up 25 cents to $39.37

Capacity on the airline's flights is expected to rise by 6 percent next year, company executives said at an investor day briefing.


Zynga Inc., up 27 cents to $2.75

The online game maker's mobile business is "large enough to move the needle," Jefferies analysts said as they upgraded the company's stock.

Sprouts Farmers Market Inc., down $1.68 to $29.79

The natural and organic foods company announced a public offering of 15 million shares held by current investors.

Threshold Pharmaceuticals Inc., up 32 cents to $3.30

Regulators granted fast-track status for the pharmaceutical's drug under testing for treating a type of advanced, soft tissue sarcoma.

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