FireEye, Liberty Latin rise while James River, J&J fall

NEW YORK — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Wednesday.

FireEye Inc., up 69 cents to $14.53

The cybersecurity company told investors that its third quarter revenue will hit the high end of its forecast and possibly top its expectations.

Liberty Latin America Ltd., up 51 cents to $17.16

AT&T is selling its Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands operations to the telecommunications company for $1.95 billion in cash.

Johnson & Johnson, down $2.62 to $129.22

A jury awarded $8 billion in punitive damages against the health care company in lawsuit claiming its antipsychotic drug Risperdal causes a type of abnormal growth.

Exxon Mobil Corp., up 74 cents to $67.44

The oil company is considering a sale of its Malaysian offshore assets, according to media reports.

United States Steel Corp., down 94 cents to $10.09

The steel company’s chief financial officer, Kevin Bradley, is resigning.

Lions Gate Entertainment Corp., up 39 cents to $9.34

The entertainment company is considering selling or spinning off its Starz cable channel, according to media reports.

Bank of America Corp., up 26 cents to $27.89

Rising bond yields, which allow banks to raise interest rates loans, helped lift the financial sector.

James River Group Holdings Ltd., down $11.06 to $37.88

The insurance company is cancelling policies early for its largest customer, Uber’s commercial auto business Raiser LLC.

The Associated Press