NEW YORK (AP) ¿ Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market: NYSE Kellogg Co., up $2.61 at $42.11 The world's largest cereal maker said its first-quarter profit increased on cost cutting measures and beat analyst estimates. Eastman Kodak Co., down 59 cents at $3.05 The photography pioneer said its loss tripled to $353 million in the first quarter as the economic downturn diluted demand. Exxon Mobil Corp., down $1.77 at $66.67 The world's biggest publicly traded oil company said it saw crude and gas prices plunge, posting its lowest profit in five years. MGM Mirage, up $2.20 at $8.38 The casino operator hammered out a deal with lenders to finish a $8.5 billion Las Vegas Strip development. Dow Chemical Co., up $2.49 at $16 The company posted a 97 percent drop in first-quarter profit due to plunging sales, but it easily beat Wall Street's expectations. General Motors Corp., up 11 cents at $1.92 Bondholders sought a majority stake in the restructured automaker in exchange for forgiving their claim to $27 billion of GM debt. NASDAQ Ameristar Casinos Inc., up $2.52 at $20.52 An analyst upgraded the casino operator and boosted the company's price target on its first-quarter results and regional presence. Sequenom Inc., down $11.29 at $3.62 The company said it will delay launching its Down syndrome test because of "employee mishandling" that it said appeared to affect all studies of the test.
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