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


Oracle Corp., up $4.19 to $45.35

The business software company reported better-than-expected quarterly results, including a 5 percent jump in software and cloud revenue.

Rite Aid Corp., up 72 cents to $6.78

The nation's third-largest drugstore chain reported a 47 percent jump in third-quarter profit and hiked its annual forecast.

Cheniere Energy Inc., up $5.98 to $71.46

The energy company landed a 20-year contract to supply natural gas in Portugal, thanks in part to the U.S. natural gas boom.

AK Steel Holding Corp., up 46 cents to $6.02

The steel company said that it expects shipments to jump 37 percent to 2 million tons this quarter thanks to strong auto sales.


Dunkin' Brands Group Inc., down $3.17 to $43.05

With Americans still holding back on spending on top of Asia's economic woes, the doughnut maker cut its expectations for next year.

Tetraphase Pharmaceuticals Inc., up $4.81 to $38

The drugmaker's infection fighter eravacycline fared well compared with another drug treatment in late-stage clinical testing.

Herman Miller Inc., down $1.15 to $29.95

Sales are up and the furniture maker swung to a nice quarterly profit, but lackluster growth in orders caught investors off guard.

Zagg Inc., up 87 cents to $6.20

Huge sales of new iPhones have been a big boon for the cell phone accessory company, which boosted its outlook for next year.

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