General Motors, Nucor rise; Whirlpool, UPS fall, Tuesday, 1/30/2024

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes on Tuesday:

United Parcel Service Inc., down $12.96 to $145.06.

The package delivery service announced about 12,000 job cuts five months after reaching a union deal calling for job creation.

General Motors Co., up $2.76 to $38.15.

The Detroit automaker gave investors a strong earnings forecast for the year.

Nucor Corp., up $12.26 to $188.90.

The steel maker's fourth-quarter earnings and revenue beat Wall Street forecasts.

Super Micro Computer Inc., up $17.30 to $512.97.

The server technology company gave investors a strong earnings forecast for the quarter.

F5 Inc., up $1.47 to $186.84.

The computer networking company's earnings forecast for the year exceeded analysts' expectations.

Woodward Inc., down $1.24 to $141.48.

The maker of cockpit controls and other equipment reported strong first-quarter results, but warned about cooling industrial demand.

Whirlpool Corp., down $7.78 to $110.01.

The maker of washing machines and other appliances gave investors a disappointing earnings forecast for the year.

Crane Co., up $9.36 to $122.97.

The maker of aerospace, electronics and engineered industrial products beat analysts' fourth-quarter financial forecasts.