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Novavax, Vodafone rise; CommVault, BlackRock fall

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

Tesla Inc., down $1.88 to $809.41.

The electric vehicle maker restarted its California factory, defying state shutdown orders.

BlackRock Inc., down $38.67 to $454.44.

PNC Financial Services Group is selling its 22.4% stake in the asset manager.

Simon Property Group Inc., down 54 cents to $54.54.

The mall operator said it is maintaining its dividend and has been reopening properties.

Vodafone Group Plc., up 91 cents to $14.93.

The telecommunications company is keeping its dividend unchanged.

International Flavors & Fragrances Inc., up 70 cents to $133.33.

The food ingredient producer reported strong first-quarter revenue.

Novavax Inc., up $15.32 to $39.82.

The biotechnology company received a large investment for its development of a vaccine for the virus behind COVID-19.

II-VI Inc., up $7.61 to $43.85.

The Laser and optics manufacturer blew away Wall Street's fiscal third-quarter earnings expectations and gave a surprisingly good financial forecast.

CommVault Systems Inc., down $8.02 to $37.31.

The data-management software company reported weak fiscal fourth-quarter profits and revenue.