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D.R. Horton, 3M rise; Merck, Centene fall

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Tuesday:

D.R. Horton Inc., up $4.82 to $46.93.

The homebuilder reported surprisingly good fiscal second-quarter profits and revenue.

3M Co., up $3.96 to $157.61.

The maker of Post-it notes, masks and respirators reported a jump in first-quarter revenue and its financial results beat analysts’ forecasts.

Harley-Davidson Inc., up $2.88 to $21.82.

The motorcycle maker is cutting costs and trimming its dividend because of the virus pandemic.

PepsiCo Inc., up $1.86 to $136.32.

The food and beverage company reported an increase in first-quarter revenue and its earnings beat Wall Street forecasts.

Merck & Co., down $2.80 to $81.18.

The pharmaceutical company cut its financial forecasts as the pandemic keeps many patients with chronic conditions away from their doctors.

Centene Corp., down $3.65 to $67.17.

The healthcare company reported surprisingly weak first-quarter profit.

Cognex Corp., up $6.01 to $55.85.

The maker of scanning systems and bar code readers beat first-quarter earnings forecasts and said customers in China are increasing activity.

F5 Networks Inc., up $9.94 to $140.86.

The computer networking company beat Wall Street’s first-quarter profit forecasts on increased demand.