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

Apple Inc., down $7.41 to $160.37

The technology company reported weaker-than-expected iPhone sales and its forecast also fell short of expectations.

Alphabet Inc., down $62.39 to $1,119.20

Google’s parent company posted adjusted earnings that fell short of Wall Street estimates.

Amazon.com Inc., up $41 to $1,431

The e-commerce company’s fourth-quarter profit climbed as it kept gaining Prime members and sales climbed.

Exxon Mobil Corp., down $4.54 to $84.53

The oil and gas company’s profit and sales fell short of Wall Street forecasts.

Edwards Lifesciences Corp., up $4.85 to $131.83

The medical device maker raised its annual forecasts following a strong fourth-quarter report.

Amgen Inc., up $1.45 to $187.01

The biotechnology company had a weak quarter but announced a large stock repurchase.

Freeport-McMoRan Inc., down $1.48 to $17.97

The mining company slumped as the dollar gained strength and gold prices fell.

Visa Inc., down $4.81 to $120.91

The credit card and payments company forecast it will spend more on operating expenses.

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