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Intel and Tesla are big market movers

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


Stanley Black & Decker Inc., up $2.05 to $82.20

KeyBanc upgraded the toolmaker, saying that its stock has room to grow and its upcoming results could beat expectations.

GameStop Corp., down $9.01 to $36.31

A profit outlook from the largest video game retailer came in well below Wall Street expectations for the holiday period.

General Motors Co., up 44 cents to $40.02

With sales up strongly, investors are predicting the first dividend since the automaker emerged from bankruptcy protection.


Tesla Motors Inc., up $21.93 to $161.27

The electric car maker said it sold nearly 1,000 more cars in the fourth quarter than expected.

Intuitive Surgical Inc., up $26.81 to $419.81

The surgical robotics company expects strong revenue during the fourth quarter as the use of its da Vinci system increased.

Intel Corp., up $1.01 to $26.51

The chipmaker is gaining some believers on Wall Street, with analysts at JPMorgan Chase and Jefferies releasing positive reports.

Stratasys Ltd., down $10.63 to $119.37

Investors dumped shares of the 3D printer company, which hit new all-time highs recently, after it issued a weak 2014 forecast.

Cell Therapeutics Inc., up 13 cents to $3.05

The pharmaceutical company ended a licensing agreement with Novartis, giving it full access to the cancer treatments Opaxio and Pixuvri.