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NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes on Friday:
Nucor Corp., down $10.11 to $155.42.
The steel company gave investors a weak profit forecast.
Caesars Entertainment Inc., down 70 cents to $52.87.
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The owner of Caesars Palace in Las Vegas said a recent cyberattack failed to disrupt its operations.
Frequency Electronics Inc., up 56 cents to $7.13.
The maker of precision timing products reported fiscal first-quarter earnings and revenue growth.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., down $2.22 to $89.25.
The chipmaker reportedly told suppliers to delay the delivery of equipment.
Charles Schwab Corp., down $1.54 to $58.22.
The financial services firm said net new assets fell in August.
Planet Fitness Inc., down $9.51 to $50.29.
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The New Hampshire-based gym chain’s board removed CEO Chris Rondeau.
Newmont Corp., up 81 cents to $40.33.
The gold miner gained ground along with prices for the precious metal.
Salesforce Inc., down $4.17 to $214.61.
The software company is reportedly hiring again after announcing plans to cut 10% of its staff earlier this year.
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