Disney, Wyndham, E-Trade Are Big Market Movers

NEW YORK (AP) â¿¿ Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:

NYSE

Walt Disney Co., up $2.06 at $36.70

The media company's fourth-quarter net income rose thanks to higher spending by theme park guests and growth at its cable TV units.

SouFun Holdings Ltd., up 55 cents at $12.91

The Chinese real estate and home furnishing website said that its third-quarter net income more than doubled on higher sales.

Wyndham Worldwide Corp., up $1.45 at $34.53

The hotel company, which runs the Wyndham, Days Inn, Howard Johnson and Super 8 chains, declared a cash dividend of 15 cents.

Lear Corp., up 58 cents at $43.45

The auto seating supplier and electrical power management systems maker said that its board declared a quarterly cash dividend of 12.5 cents.

Genesee & Wyoming Inc., up $1.79 at $60.56

The railroad operator's October traffic rose 14.2 percent as it expanded its rail network and boosted metal and mineral shipments.

Christopher & Banks Corp., up 17 cents at $3.01

The women's clothing retailer said it will close about 100 of its stores and has cut jobs as it tries to return to profitability.

Dillard's Inc., down $6.97 at $48.20

The department store operator said its profit rose, but investors were worried that higher raw material costs pressured margins.

Nasdaq

E-Trade Financial Corp., down 39 cents at $9.09

After concluding a strategic review, the online broker's board decided that it would not put the New York company up for sale.

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