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

Finish Line Inc., down $1.92 to $8.50

The sporting goods retailer cut its annual forecasts and said it had a weak second quarter.

Best Buy Co., down $7.45 to $55.02

The electronics retailer raised its yearly forecasts after a solid second quarter, but gave up some of its recent gains.

Advisory Board Co., up $3.20 to $53.05

The consulting company sold its health and education businesses for $2.58 billion.

Welltower Inc., up 69 cents to $71.93

Income-seeking investors bought high-dividend stocks, including real estate investment trusts, as bond yields fell.

Movado Group Inc., up $4.65 to $28.50

The watchmaker topped Wall Street estimates in its second quarter as sales outside the U.S. improved.

Lockheed Martin Corp., up $4.53 to $308.14

Defense contractor stocks climbed as international tensions rose following North Korea’s latest missile launch.

Zions Bancorporation, down 57 cents to $43.71

Banks tumbled Monday as bond yields and interest rates sank.

Catalent Inc., up $4.91 to $40.27

The drug delivery technology company reported a bigger second-quarter profit and more revenue than analysts expected.

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