Stocks with heavy trading or significant price changes on Thursday: Splunk, FireEye decline; General Motors, Tellurian Rise
NEW YORK – Stocks that were heavily traded or had significant price changes on Thursday:
Splunk Inc., down from $11.81 to $111.98.
The software maker’s first-quarter loss was bigger than analysts expected.
NetApp Inc., $1.62 to $78.68.
The data storage company gave investors an encouraging financial forecast after reporting strong fiscal fourth-quarter earnings.
Smartsheet Inc., from $1.98 to $62.10.
The maker of a cloud-based task-management platform reported a jump in billing and beat analysts’ first-quarter earnings forecasts.
FireEye Inc., down $3.97 to $18.56.
The cyber security company is selling its FireEye products business to Symphony Technology Group for $1.2 billion.
Tellurian Inc., 83 cents to $5.16.
The natural gas company finalized a liquefied natural gas deal with Vitol, which is valued at $12 billion in revenue over ten years.
Conn’s Inc., from $6.56 to $30.57.
The retailer blew Wall Street’s first-quarter profit forecasts.
United BankShares Inc., up $2.12 to $39.03.
The bank is buying Community Bankers Trust in an all-stock deal for approximately $303.3 million.
General Motors Co., from $3.81 to $63.46.
The automaker said earnings for the first half of 2021 will be significantly better than forecasts issued earlier that year.