BigCommerce, Chevron rise; Chemours, AMC Networks fall
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Tuesday:
Microchip Technology Inc., down 12 cents to $74.22.
The chipmaker reaffirmed its financial forecasts for the current quarter.
Chemours Co., down 42 cents to $31.01.
The chemical company gave investors a discouraging financial update.
Apollo Endosurgery Inc., up $4.07 to $10.07.
Boston Scientific is buying the medical technology company for about $615 million.
BigCommerce Holdings Inc., up 33 cents to $8.22.
The ecommerce platform reported strong sales by its merchants on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday.
AMC Networks Inc., down $1.10 to $19.48.
Christina Spade stepped down as CEO of the owner of cable channels including AMC and IFC.
Chevron Corp., up $2.67 to $181.03.
Energy stocks gained ground along with crude oil prices.
Azek Co., up 34 cents to $17.75.
The building products company beat Wall Street's fiscal fourth-quarter revenue forecasts.
Freeport-McMoRan Inc., up $1.32 to $37.51.
The copper and gold mining company rose along with metal prices.
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