Big splash: SeaWorld Entertainment shares rose 5 percent to $18.13 Friday after the company said China’s Zhonghong Zhuoye Group bought a 21 percent stake in Sea World. It said the Chinese firm paid $23 a share, and an executive will join SeaWorld’s board. 


Diamond deal: Dominion Diamond climbed 22 percent to $12.07 Monday after Washington Cos. offered to buy the diamond mining company for $13.50 per share. Dominion Diamond questioned the timing of the offer. Its shares closed Friday at $12.72.


Watch stopped: Watchmaker Movado Group fell 3.2 percent to $22.85 Monday after it announced weak earnings and said the market for watches remains tough and that sales are continuing to shift to the web. Movado shares closed Friday at $23.40.

Didn’t do it: Shoe and athletic apparel giant Nike dropped 6.1 percent to $54.48 Wednesday as Wall Street wasn’t impressed with its third-quarter results or its forecasts. Shares closed Friday at $56.36.

Tears for Sears: Sears shares dropped 11.4 percent to $8.06 Wednesday after the retailer said in a regulatory filing that there is “substantial doubt” it will be able to remain in business as the company continues to lose billions a year. The stock finished the week at $8.50.


Retail rebound: PVH, which owns the Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger brands, jumped 9.1 percent to $99.11 Thursday after its earnings topped estimates. Sales for the Hilfiger brand grew in the latest quarter. The stock closed the week at $100.94.

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