NEW YORK — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Friday:
Amazon.com Inc., down $92.50 to $1,626.23
The e-commerce giant gave a weak outlook for the current quarter, citing the potentially negative sales impact of new rules in India along with overall higher costs.
Cigna Corp., down $5.75 to $194.06
The health insurer reported weaker-than-expected quarterly revenue and it may have to contend with regulations that would cut prescription drug rebates from its pharmacy benefit management unit.
Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd., up 84 cents to $39.03
The Indian generic drug maker reported a jump in revenue because of growth in emerging markets.
Exxon Mobil Corp., up $2.64 to $75.92
The energy company beat Wall Street forecasts for the fourth-quarter as volatile oil prices pushed revenue higher.
Merck & Co., up $2.02 to $76.45
The drug developer beat Wall Street's quarterly profit expectations on a boost in sales of cancer treatments.
Symantec Corp., up $1.89 to $22.91
The cybersecurity company beat Wall Street's quarterly forecast and raised its guidance for the current quarter.
Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp., up $2.46 to $51.59
The defense contractor's quarterly profit and revenue topped forecasts and the company increased its quarterly dividend.
Honeywell International Inc., up $1.08 to $144.71
The industrial conglomerate beat Wall Street forecasts for the quarter on strong demand from aerospace and defense sectors.