Mattel,, Chipotle, Cepheid and Google are big market movers

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


Wal-Mart Stores Inc., down 7 cents to $74.68

The retailer said fourth-quarter and full-year earnings from continuing operations may come in below the low end of its forecasts.

MasterCard Inc., down $4.08 to $75.68

The payment networks company fell short of Wall Street expectations for the fourth quarter, though profits moved higher.

Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc., up $58 to $551.96

Comparable-store sales jumped more than 9 per cent at the Mexican restaurateur, which is eyeing whether it can raise prices without scaring off customers.

The Manitowoc Co. Inc., up $3.69 to $28.45

Growing sales of food-service gear helped to offset falling demand for the company’s signature cranes. It was also aided by a lower tax rate.


Mattel Inc., down $5.17 to $37.84

Sales of big-name toys like Barbie and Fisher-Price preschool items slid during a tough holiday season. Inc., down $44.32 to $358.69

After the online retailer dominated the holiday season, quarterly profit and revenue fell short of Wall Street expectations.

Google Inc., up $45.58 to $1,180.97

Profit and revenue soared 17 per cent during the fourth quarter despite flagging prices for advertising at the search engine leader.

Zynga Inc., up 84 cents to $4.40

The gaming company is buying NaturalMotion and cutting staff as it attempts to catch up to users migrating to mobile devices.