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NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Friday:
JP Morgan Chase & Co., down $5.89 to $108.08.
The bank said that CEO Jamie Dimon is recovering after he underwent emergency heart surgery Thursday.
Starbucks Corp., down 85 cents to $75.34.
The coffee chain said a key sales measure in China was pummeled in February because of the virus outbreak and store closures.
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Square Inc., down $3.23 to $73.09.
The payment software company lowered its earnings forecast for the year, citing its $1 billion offering of senior notes.
Opko Health Inc., up 26 cents to $2.32.
The medical diagnostics company said it will offer a test for the new coronavirus.
The Gap Inc., down 17 cents to $13.19.
The clothing and apparel retailer named its Old Navy unit chief, Sonia Syngal, as its new CEO.
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Big Lots Inc., up $1.16 to $17.77.
A group of activist investors took a stake in the discount retailer and are calling for changes to its board of directors.
Tegna Inc., up $3.56 to $17.00.
Gray Television is reportedly considering buying the media company.
Exxon Mobil Corp., down $2.42 to $47.69.
Energy companies suffered as the price of oil slid.
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