NEW YORK (AP) â¿¿ Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market: NYSE InterOil Corp., up $3.26 at $55.64 The oil and gas company and Pacific LNG signed a deal with Gunvor Singapore to supply liquefied natural gas from Papua New Guinea. Green Dot Corp., up 57 cents at $30.19 The California-based prepaid card company is buying a small bank in Utah that will allow the company to streamline its business. Pilgrim's Pride Corp., up 15 cents at $5.01 A B. Riley analyst said chicken prices are about to rise because of a reduction in supply, which could benefit the chicken producer. Panasonic Corp., up 26 cents at $8.71 The electronics maker said that it will establish a new company in Malaysia that will operate a solar manufacturing facility AT&T Inc., down 14 cents at $27.41 The cell phone operator said it will move ahead with plans to buy Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile unit despite concerns from U.S. officials. Nasdaq Amarin Corporation PLC , up 43 cents at $7.10 The biopharmaceutical company said the Food and Drug Administration accepted its application to review a drug that lowers triglycerides. INTL FCStone Inc., down 45 cents at $22.15 The commodity risk management firm said that its European subsidiary has agreed to buy the metals division of MF Global UK Ltd. OmniVision Technologies Inc., down 50 cents at $10.41 A Wedbush analyst lowered the price target of the image sensor maker to $12 from $14 saying its third-quarter outlook may disappoint.
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