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NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes on Tuesday:
America’s Car-Mart Inc., down $15.53 to $98.
The auto retailer’s fiscal first-quarter profit fell short of analysts’ forecasts.
Brady Corp., up $5.80 to $56.60.
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The identification and security products maker gave investors a strong profit forecast.
Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc., down 58 cents to $116.37.
The life science real estate company raised its dividend.
Insmed Corp., up $3.73 to $26.37.
The biopharmaceutical company gave investors an encouraging update on a study for a lung disease treatment.
NextGen Healthcare Inc., up $1.22 to $20.55.
The provider of health care information systems is reportedly considering a sale to Thoma Bravo.
Manchester United Plc., down $4.31 to $19.35.
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The soccer team’s owners are reportedly taking the company off the market because of difficulty finding a buyer.
Airbnb Inc., up $9.60 to $142.29.
The vacation rental company will join the S&P 500 index on Sept. 18.
Intel Corp., up 10 cents to $36.71.
The chipmaker announced a partnership for foundry services and investments with Tower Semiconductor.
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