Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Friday:
Okta Inc., up $6.62 to $113.22
The cloud identity management company beat Wall Street’s first quarter financial forecasts and gave investors a solid forecast for the year.
Nutanix Inc., down $4.60 to $28.07
The cloud computing services company issued a weaker-than-expected profit and revenue forecast for the current quarter.
The Gap Inc., down $1.92 to $18.68
The clothing and apparel retailer’s first quarter financial results fell short of Wall Street forecasts and it slashed its profit forecast for the year.
Williams-Sonoma Inc., up $6.91 to $58.50
The seller of cookware and home furnishings beat first quarter financial forecasts and raised its profit guidance for the year.
General Motors Co., down $1.48 to $33.34
The automaker and its peers could see costs for importing cars from Mexico to the U.S. increase with new tariffs.
Tivo Corp., up 44 cents to $7.20
The digital video recording company named a new CEO and raised its revenue forecast for the year.
Kansas City Southern, down $5.39 to $113.28
The railroad operates a commercial corridor of the Mexican railroad system and gets almost half its revenue from Mexico each year.
Dell Technologies Inc., down $6.86 to $59.55
The computer maker’s first quarter revenue fell short of Wall Street forecasts.