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NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Wednesday:
EQT Corp., up 57 cents to $46.
The natural gas company announced the purchase of gas and pipeline assets and doubled its stock buyback program.
Coupa Software Inc., up $10 to $65.82.
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The software company reported strong second-quarter financial results.
HealthEquity Inc., up 64 cents to $64.08.
The provider of services for managing health care accounts raised its revenue forecast for the year.
Occidental Petroleum Corp., down $1.45 to $65.43.
Energy stocks slipped along with falling oil prices.
Target Corp., up $7.21 to $170.79.
The retailer is dropping the mandatory retirement age for its CEO, allowing Brian Cornell to stay on for three more years.
United Parcel Service Inc., up 33 cents to $196.29.
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The package delivery service plans to hire more than 100,000 extra workers to help handle an increase in packages during the critical holiday season.
Glaukos Corp., up $8.91 to $57.01.
The drug developer gave investors an encouraging update on a potential glaucoma treatment.
Academy Sports & Outdoors Inc., up $5.88 to $47.81.
The sporting goods retailer beat Wall Street’s second-quarter earnings forecasts.
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