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Schlumberger, Nathan's Famous rise; BofA, Nvidia fall

Posted September 5

— Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday:

United Technologies Corp., down $6.71 to $111.21

The company will acquire flight deck maker Rockwell Collins for about $23 billion.

Bank of America Corp., down 78 cents to $23.31

Banks lost more than the rest of the market as bond yields fell sharply, which forces interest rates on loans lower, hurting banks' profits.

Tronc Inc., up 10 cents to $14.76

The newspaper publisher said it is buying the New York Daily News.

H.B. Fuller Co., up $1.25 to $51.93

The company said it would buy Royal Adhesives & Sealants for about $1.6 billion.

Schlumberger NV, up $1.75 to $65.10

Energy companies bucked the downward trend in the market and rose along with the price of crude oil.

Rosetta Stone Inc., up 48 cents to $9.69

The company announced a partnership with Univision Communications to launch English-language learning programs for Hispanic audiences.

Nathan's Famous Inc., up $7.40 to $64.35

Barron's ran a positive article on the company that noted franchising is driving profit growth.

Nvidia Corp., down $4.55 to $165.91

Technology companies fell more than the rest of the market, but kept their spot as the best-performing industry so far this year.

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