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

Target Corp., down $5.93 to $54.16

The retailer forecast a weak profit forecast for the quarter including the holiday season.

Bank of America Corp., up 55 cents to $26.79

Investors bid up shares in banks and other financial companies.

IBM Corp., down $1.79 to $147.10

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway disclosed that it sold another chunk of IBM stock.

Papa John’s International Inc., down $1.36 to $57.90

The pizza chain distanced itself from negative comments it made about protests by NFL players.

Anadarko Petroleum Corp., down 43 cents to $47.62

Oil companies fell with crude prices for a second day.

Macom Technology Solutions Holdings Inc., down $6.59 to $30.02

The chipmaker’s profit and revenue came up short of Wall Street forecasts.

Nvidia Corp., down $4.20 to $209.98

Technology sector stocks, which have done far better than the rest of the market this year, fell.

Skyworks Solutions Inc., down $2.32 to $108.89

Technology companies, which have done far better than the rest of the market this year, took some of the biggest losses.

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