Burlington Stores and Mattel are big market movers

The Associated PressJuly 16, 2014 

— Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:

NYSE

Burlington Stores Inc. (BURL), up $2.39 to $31.34

The discount retailer increased its second-quarter same-store sales guidance and launched a debt refinancing transaction.

AutoNation Inc. (AN), down $5.01 to $55.82

The auto dealership chain reported a 12 percent boost in second-quarter profit, but the results fell short of expectations.

Colfax Corp. (CFX), down $4.10 to $68.60

The industrial manufacturing and engineering company reported second-quarter profit and revenue below Wall Street expectations.

United Rentals Inc. (URI), up $1.83 to $110.06

The construction equipment rental company's second-quarter profit topped expectations and it raised its full-year outlook.

Dresser-Rand Group Inc. (DRC), up $7.58 to $68.00

The German magazine Manager Magazin reported that Siemens is preparing a buyout offer for the compressor and turbine maker.

Nasdaq

Mattel Inc. (MAT), down $2.57 to $36.46

The toy maker's second-quarter profit plunged 61 percent on acquisition costs and lower sales of Barbie and Fisher Price products.

SanDisk Corp. (SNDK), down $14.62 to $93.21

The memory chipmaker reported strong second-quarter results, but disappointed Wall Street with its third-quarter guidance.

Select Comfort Corp. (SCSS), up $1.58 to $20.56

The mattress and bedding products company's second-quarter profit fell by 15 percent, but it still beat Wall Street expectations.

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