NEW YORK — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Thursday:
Boeing Co., up $1.31 to $131.87
The U.S. government gave Boeing and competitor Airbus permission to sell aircraft to Iran.
Jabil Circuit Inc., down $1.33 to $22.40
The electronics maker said it will make changes to react to slower industry growth.
WCI Communities Inc., up $6.51 to $23.67
Competitor Lennar agreed to buy the luxury homebuilder for $23.50 a share in a deal the companies valued at $643 million.
Red Hat Inc., up $2.98 to $80.02
The open source software company reported sales that beat analysts’ forecasts.
Herman Miller Inc., down $1.55 to $30.60
The furniture maker reported disappointing results and its forecast also fell short of expectations.
Murphy Oil Corp., up $1.14 to $27.55
Energy companies traded higher as the price of oil continued to recover.
Digital Realty Trust Inc., up $2.60 to $98.09
Real estate stocks made substantial gains as income-seeking investors bought companies that pay high dividends.
Lannett Co., down $1.54 to $30.07
The generic drugmaker said its head of scientific affairs will leave the company next month.