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Apple, Goodyear and Noble Energy rise; Wells Fargo slumps

Posted September 15

— Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday:

Apple Inc., up $3.80 to $115.57

The stock rose to its highest price in 10 months on reports of strong preorders for the new iPhones it introduced last week.

V.F. Corp., down $1.84 to $56.20

Retailers including the parent of North Face and Wrangler fell after the government said shoppers spent less in August.

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., up $1.58 to $32.39

The tire maker raised its dividend and said it plans to return $4 billion to shareholders over the next few years.

Noble Energy Inc., up 5 cents to $33.92

Energy companies bounced back from two days of sharp losses as the price of oil rose.

Aerie Pharmaceuticals Inc., up $9.48 to $30.61

The company reported positive results from a late-stage trial of its glaucoma drug Roclatan.

Global Payments Inc., up $2.53 to $76.05

The electronic payment processor climbed following positive comments from analysts.

AMC Networks Inc., down $1.44 to $50.53

A Stifel Nicolaus analyst downgraded the company's stock because competition is growing and ratings for "The Walking Dead" may weaken.

Wells Fargo & Co., down 37 cents to $46.15

The bank continued to fall in the wake of allegations it opened millions of unauthorized accounts to meet sales targets.

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