Tiffany and Take-Two are big market movers

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


Tiffany & Co., up $7.03 to $88.02

The luxury retailer opened the holiday shopping season with a bang, reporting a 50 percent spike in third-quarter profit.

Hormel Foods Corp., up $2.51 to $44.95

Strong exports of Spam and peanut butter pushed the food producer beyond Wall Street expectations for the fourth quarter.

Lennar Corp., up $1.74 to $36.05

Homebuilders surged after construction permits issued in October to build apartments rose at the fastest pace in five years.

DSW Inc., down $2.27 to $44.95

Revenue fell short of most Wall Street projections during the shoe seller's third quarter as comparable-store sales slipped.


Jos. A Bank Clothiers Inc., up $5.69 to $56.29

Men's Wearhouse counterattacks with a $1.54 billion bid for its rival clothier, which sprung its own buyout bid in October.

Take-Two Interactive Software Inc., down 92 cents to $16.01

The gamemaker bought back all of the shares owned by the Icahn Group, and two Icahn-backed members of its board resigned.

21Vianet Group, Inc., down $1.62 to $16.78

The Chinese internet infrastructure company swung to a quarterly loss, earning a downgrade from analysts at Pacific Crest.

American Woodmark Corp., down $1.99 to $35.05

New home construction and remodeling projects drove profits sharply higher for the cabinet maker in the second quarter.