Gap, Synchrony and Polycom jump; PriceSmart sinks

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday:

Gap Inc. (GPS), up $1.07 to $22.70

The retailer sales at older stores grew in June, a surprise to analysts, as Old Navy results improved.

Polycom Inc. (PLCM), up $1.38 to $12.25

The videoconferencing equipment maker agreed to be taken private by Siris Capital, ending an agreement with Mitel Networks.

Juno Therapeutics Inc. (JUNO), down $13.01 to $27.81

The company halted a mid-stage study on a potential leukemia treatment, its most advanced drug, after two patients died.

Synchrony Financial (SYF), up $1.28 to $27.30

Bank stocks made the largest gains Friday morning as investors hoped the job report will lead to higher interest rates.

Barracuda Networks Inc. (CUDA), up $2.91 to $18.42

The cloud-based security and storage service company reported solid quarterly results and raised its projections for the year.

General Motors Co. (GM), up 92 cents to $29.66

Consumer stocks traded higher following the jobs report, and automakers made some of the largest gains.

PriceSmart Inc. (PSMT), down $8.16 to $83.39

The warehouse club operator reported disappointing results for its fiscal third quarter.

PG&E Corp. (PCG), up 43 cents to $64.83

Utility companies, a traditionally safe investment that has performed very well in 2016, lagged the market Friday.