Best Buy, Silgan rise; Snap, FirstEnergy fall

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Wednesday:

Ollie’s Bargain Outlet Inc., up $10.21 to $108.81.

The chain of closeout and overstock stores gave investors a surprisingly good second-quarter revenue forecast.

Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., down $1.34 to $123.02.

The data security company’s second-quarter profits and revenue beat analysts’ forecasts.

Silgan Holdings Inc., up $2.75 to $38.06.

The packaging products supplier gave investors an encouraging financial forecast after reporting solid second-quarter earnings.

Dover Corp., up $1.70 to $105.19.

The Illinois-based make of front-end loaders for garbage trucks and other products handily beat Wall Street’s second-quarter profit forecasts.

Snap Inc., down $1.54 to $23.20.

The owner of messaging app Snapchat said the virus pandemic’s economic impact could hurt advertising demand in the third quarter.

Pfizer Inc., up $1.87 to $38.56.

The U.S. is buying 100 million doses of a potential COVID-19 vaccine being developed by the drugmaker and partner BioNTech.

Best Buy Co., up $7.08 to $97.36.

The electronics retailer gave investors an encouraging sales update.

FirstEnergy Corp., down $7.16 to $27.09.

Two nuclear plants formerly owned by the energy company are involved in a federal bribery case.

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