Lumber Liquidators, 3M, Valeant, Sirius and Pacira are big market movers

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq stock market:


3M Co., down $9.50 to $148.13

The maker of Post-it notes, industrial coatings and ceramics lowered its full-year earnings forecast, citing slow economic growth.

Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc., up $3.47 to $17.53

Short seller Whitney Tilson stopped betting against the flooring retailer, which faced allegations it knowingly sold toxic products.

Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc., up $15.45 to $109.59

The drug developer struck a distribution deal with Walgreens that it says will help lower the prices of some of its products.

The Boeing Co., up $3.53 to $146.53

The aircraft maker boosted its quarterly dividend by 20 per cent and increased its stock buyback program to $14 billion.


Sirius XM Holdings Inc., up 7 cents to $4.07

Howard Stern and the satellite radio broadcaster announced a five-year agreement to continue producing The Howard Stern Show.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd., down 96 cents to $58.50

Investment firms are selling 10.3 million shares of the cruise line operator at a price of $57.65 per share, below its prior closing price.

Pacira Pharmaceuticals Inc., up $8.46 to $70.89

The FDA agreed to drop restrictions on the drug developer’s marketing of the post-surgery pain drug Exparel, resolving a lawsuit.

Sanofi , up $1.43 to $42.94

The drug developer is discussing a potential $20 billion asset swap involving its animal health business with Boehringer Ingelheim.