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

Macy’s Inc., up 95 cents to $28.40

The department store reported better sales over the holidays, a positive sign for it and other retailers.

Comcast Corp., down $2.92 to $36.66

The cable company offered to buy British broadcaster Sky for $29.5 billion.

Akorn Inc., down $11.63 to $18.65

The generic drugmaker’s stock fell on reports that German health care company Fresenius will end an agreement to buy it.

Nutrisystem Inc., down $8.60 to $31.30

The weight loss company’s forecasts for 2018 fell far short of analyst projections.

Tenet Healthcare Corp., up $1.70 to $20.77

The hospital operator had a better-than-expected fourth quarter.

Fitbit Inc., down 68 cents to $4.86

The fitness device maker had a weak fourth quarter and is revenue forecast disappointed investors.

Microchip Technology Inc., up $2.17 to $88.55

The Wall Street Journal reported that the chipmaker plans to offer $7.5 billion to buy Microsemi Corp.

AutoZone Inc., down $81.43 to $654.47

The auto parts retailer reported a smaller-than-expected profit and said it will sell two businesses.

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