NEW YORK — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Wednesday:

United Continental Holdings Inc., down 77 cents to $60.33

The airline cut its third-quarter revenue forecasts because of cancellations related to Hurricane Harvey and higher fuel costs.

Kohl’s Corp., up $1.98 to $42.37

The department store chain will open Amazon shops in 10 of its locations.

Intel Corp., up 74 cents to $35.76

The highest court in the European Union ordered a lower court to review a $1.26 billion fine against Intel.

Gap Inc., up $1.79 to $25.82

The retailer will open more Old Navy and Athleta stores and close Gap and Banana Republic locations.

Newell Brands Inc., down $1.69 to $47.03

The consumer products company cut its profit forecast and said Hurricane Harvey affected its resin suppliers.

Expedia Inc., down $3.22 to $144.39

Travel websites slumped after hotel booking company Trivago cut its annual profit and sales forecasts.

CSX Corp., up $1.22 to $50.21

The railroad said that its service is improving after a summer marked by delays as it overhauled its operations.

Noble Energy Inc., up 86 cents to $25.22

Energy companies climbed in tandem with oil prices.

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