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General Electric and Fastenal slump while BlackBerry surges

NEW YORK (AP) -- Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday:

BlackBerry Ltd., up $1.23 to $8.93

The technology company said an arbitrator is awarding it $815 million in a dispute with chipmaker Qualcomm.

Neurocrine Biosciences Inc., up $10.32 to $51.80

Regulators approved the company's drug Ingrezza, a treatment for the movement disorder tardive dyskinesia.

NuStar Energy LP, down $3.63 to $47.84

The company agreed to buy crude oil transportation, pipeline and storage company Navigator Energy Services.

Tractor Supply Co., down $5.86 to $61.64

The retailer for farmers and ranchers said sales of seasonal items fell during the first quarter.

Fastenal Co., down $4.05 to $46.29

The maker of industrial coatings and construction fasteners reported weak quarterly profit margins.

Delta Air Lines Inc., down 24 cents to $45.05

Rising labor and fuel costs cut into the airline's first-quarter profit.

General Electric Co., down 27 cents to $29.77

Industrial companies took bigger losses than other sectors on Wednesday.

Kraft Heinz Co., up $1.10 to $91.93

Companies that make packaged foods and household goods traded higher.