Cisco, Monro fall; BJ’s Wholesale Club, Synopsis rise


NEW YORK (AP) – Stocks that traded heavily or had significant price changes on Thursday:

Cisco Systems Inc. was down $6.64 to $41.72.

The provider of routers, switches, software and services cut its profit forecast due to supply chain constraints.

Bath & Body Works Inc. fell $2.91 to $40.03.

The specialty retailer lowered its profit forecast for the full year.

BJ’s Wholesale Club Holdings Inc. rose $3.97 to $57.39.

The members’ department store chain reported strong financial results for the first quarter.

Synopsys Inc. rose $27.95 to $300.52.

The maker of software for testing and developing microchips raised its full-year financial forecasts.

Canada Goose Holdings Inc. rose $1.88 to $20.89.

The high-end coat maker gave investors a strong earnings forecast.

Monro Inc. fell $3.85 to $39.80.

The auto repair chain’s fourth-quarter profits fell short of analysts’ forecasts.

Harley-Davidson Inc. was down $3.32 to $32.43.

The motorcycle manufacturer halted vehicle assembly and shipping due to a regulatory compliance issue at a supplier.

Under Armor Inc. fell $1.25 to $9.28.

The sportswear company said CEO Patrik Frisk would step down.


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