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NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
Delta Air Lines Inc., down $1.25 to $34.90
The airline stocks turned lower following reports of the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the U.S.
General Mills Inc., down 47 cents to $49.98
The consumer foods company will cut up to 800 jobs, mostly in the U.S., its second workforce reduction in a month.
The Greenbrier Cos., down $7.47 to $65.91
The railroad freight car company's stock came under pressure as oil and railroad companies fight proposed federal safety rules.
MGM Resorts International, down 67 cents to $22.11
The casino and resort operator announced a $200 million financing deal to fund the development of an arena in Las Vegas.
Angie's List Inc., up $1.22 to $7.59
The Financial Times reported that the online consumer services and reviews company could be considering a potential sale.
Tekmira Pharmaceuticals Inc., up $3.85 to $24.99
Reports of the first U.S. case of Ebola boosted the biotechnology company's stock as it continues to develop a potential treatment.
Westport Innovations Inc., down $2.60 to $7.91
The developer of natural gas engines cut its full-year revenue outlook, citing market uncertainty in Europe, Russia and China.
Lakeland Industries Inc., up $2.06 to $9.01
The maker of hazardous-materials suits and safety equipment could see a surge in sales from news of the first case of Ebola in the U.S.
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