Viacom and AT&T fall while Southwest Airlines rises

NEW YORK — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday:

Viacom Inc., down 64 cents to $24.57

Reports said the entertainment company hasn't been able to resolve a contract dispute with cable company Charter.

AT&T Inc., down $2.33 to $35.86

The company said it expects to lose DirecTV video subscribers in the third quarter.

Bed Bath & Beyond Inc., down 34 cents to $55.13

Retailers slumped Thursday after women's clothing company J. Jill slashes its third-quarter forecast.

Southwest Airlines Inc., up 26 cents to $58.81

The domestic carrier said it plans to start making flights to Hawaii in 2018.

Juniper Networks Inc., down $1.39 to $25.47

The computer network equipment maker said its third-quarter results will be weaker than it expected.

Domino's Pizza Inc., down $8.21 to $201.03

The pizza chain had a solid third quarter, but returned some of its recent gains.

Edison International, up $1.24 to $79.66

Utility companies bounced back Thursday after they had slumped over the last month.

Noble Energy Inc., down 50 cents to $27.29

Energy companies fell with the price of oil Thursday.

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