If the shoe fits: Retailer Foot Locker jumped 16.2 percent to $53.56 Wednesday after its third-quarter profit and revenue surpassed Wall Street’s expectations. The company said sales broke out of a slump and prices also rose. Foot Locker added that it expects strong sales over the holidays. Shares closed the week at $52.96.

 

Deal bounce: Design software maker Autodesk climbed 8.6 percent to $133.68 Wednesday after a strong quarterly report. The company also said it is buying construction software company PlanGrid for $875 million. The stock closed Friday at $132.69.

 

Nissan boss: Nissan shares dropped 7.4 percent to $16.63 Monday after it said Chairman Carlos Ghosn was arrested and will be dismissed from the company after allegedly underreporting his income. The shares closed Friday at $16.92.

Filling in the Gaps: Gap stock rose 4.6 percent to $25.80 Wednesday after the retailer said it will close hundreds of namesake stores following quarterly same-store sales that landed far below analysts’ estimates on Tuesday. It said it will double down on efforts to reduce excess inventory. Shares closed the week at $26.

 

No sale: Kohl’s Corp. shares slumped 8.4 percent to $64.99 Tuesday after the retailer forecast full-year earnings largely below estimates The shares closed Friday at $63.83.

 

Trade woes: Boeing shares dropped 4.5 percent to $320.94 Monday as hopes faded for the U.S. and China to settle their costly trade fight after the two countries clashed at a Pacific Rim summit over the weekend. The stock closed the week at $312.32.