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Hasbro, Teekay, Nike, Xerox and BlackBerry are big market movers


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


Teekay Tankers Ltd., down 70 cents to $4.70

The ocean-freight hauler is buying five tankers and priced 20 million shares for sale to raise cash, which pressured its stock.

Xerox Corp., up 7 cents to $13.96

The business services provider is selling its information technology outsourcing division to France's Atos for $1.05 billion.

CarMax Inc., up $6.79 to $67.32

Booming sales and an expanding footprint nationwide pushed third-quarter profit up 22 percent at the used car dealership chain.

Nike Inc., down $2.24 to $94.84

Signs that orders from Asia and developing markets are weakening overshadowed a strong quarter from the athletic gear company.


BlackBerry Ltd., down 8 cents to $9.99

Disappointing revenue got more attention than a surprise third-quarter operating profit from the Canadian communications company.

ImmunoGen Inc., down $4.74 to $6.11

A breast cancer treatment from a drug development partner failed to deliver significant improvement for patients in a late-stage study.

Hasbro Inc., down $3.73 to $54.63

The toy industry has "taken a turn for the worse," said analysts with BMO, which took an especially hard view of this toy maker.

Finish Line Inc., down $5.55 to $23.35

Extensive charges and pressure on merchandise margins weighed on the shoe seller during the third quarter, despite rising profits.

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