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Apr 16, 4:22 PM EDT

King, SodaStream, Google, CSX and Bank of America big market movers

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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:


King Digital Entertainment Plc, up 60 cents to $18.03

The maker of the "Candy Crush" is partnering with China's messaging giant Tencent to showcase its hugely popular game.

Yelp Inc., up $2.74 to $65.80

Citigroup upgraded the online reviews site after a share pullback, saying it sees the company well positioned for growth in mobile devices.

Bank of America Corp., down 26 cents to $16.13

The bank swung to a loss in the first quarter, stung by $6 billion in legal expenses from the housing collapse.

CSX Corp., down 50 cents to $27.79

Quarterly earnings were better than expected at the railroad, but still down sharply compared with the same period last year.


SodaStream International Ltd., up $3.06 to $40.75

An Israeli financial newspaper reported that the soda machine maker is in talks with a big drink producer over a possible sale.

Yahoo! Inc., up $2.14 to $36.35

Investors are giving the Internet company the benefit of the doubt about life after Alibaba, as core ad revenue picks up steam.

Google Inc., up $15.20 to $563.90

Before the company's quarterly earnings report after the closing bell industry analysts appeared increasingly confident in revenue from ad searches.

Interactive Brokers Group Inc., up $2.52 to $24.08

The automated electronic broker topped Wall Street profit and revenue expectations for the first quarter as trading accelerated.

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