Zumiez, JA Solar, FireEye, Smucker and Vince Holding are big market movers

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


The J.M. Smucker Co., down $2.43 to $111.32

The food company reported lower sales of its Smucker jams, Folgers coffee and other products. Its outlook also disappointed analysts.

Vince Holding Corp., down $3.01 to $12.27

The fashion brand cut its outlook for the year, saying that it expects lower sales to stores than last year.

Cardinal Health Inc., up 43 cents to $88.04

The medical products provider said it will spend about $1.12 billion to buy pharmaceutical distributor The Harvard Drug Group.

The Gap Inc., down 37 to $38.22

The clothing seller said sales at stores open a year fell 1 per cent. The number is an important indicator of retailers’ healthy.


FireEye Inc., up $3.08 to $51.03

Shares of several cybersecurity specialists jumped after federal officials outlined yet another hack to U.S. government computer networks.

JA Solar Holdings Co., up 99 cents to $9.07

The CEO of the Chinese solar power product maker has offered to buy it and take it private in a deal worth $2 billion.

Zumiez Inc., down $5.74 to $24

The teen clothing retailer reported a second-quarter outlook that was lower than what Wall Street analysts had expected.

Diamond Foods Inc., up $2.14 to $31.11

Sales of the food company’s Kettle potato chips and packaged nuts rose, helping it post better-than-expected third-quarter results.