NEW YORK — Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially Friday:

Diamond Offshore Drilling Inc., down $1.80 to $15.60

Energy companies sank as the price of oil gave up some of its gains from a day ago.

Restoration Hardware Holdings Inc., up $1.09 to $36.38

The furniture and housewares company reported second-quarter results that were better than expected.

Dominion Resources Inc., down $3.01 to $72.50

Utility companies took big losses as bond yields jumped, which makes those stocks less appealing to investors seeking income.

Kroger Co., up 20 cents to $31.51

The grocery store chain made a modest recovery after reporting solid earnings.

Duluth Holdings Inc., down 85 cents to $28.31

The clothing and tools supplier reported a larger profit and greater sales than Wall Street expected.

Hovnanian Enterprises Inc., down 25 cents to $1.73

The homebuilder reported weak third-quarter results and cut its forecast for the year.

Williams Cos., down $1.11 to $30.04

Enterprise Products Partners says it is no longer interested in a possible deal with the pipeline company.

Finisar Corp., up $2.97 to $26.20

The fiber optic component supplier’s profit and sales were stronger than analysts had forecast.