Stocks that traded heavily or experienced substantial price changes on Thursday:
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, down 56 cents to $ 21.02
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended passengers avoid cruise travel, regardless of their vaccination status.
Micron Technology, down from $ 2.28 to $ 93.89
The company said the release of its memory chip was hampered by a lockdown in the Chinese city of Xi’an intended to contain the omicron coronavirus variant.
Kroger, up 43 cents to $ 45.14
The operator of the supermarket chain has announced a billion dollar share buyback program.
RR Donnelley, up 59 cents to $ 11.26
The company received an offer to buy for $ 11 per share in cash, above the $ 10.85 per share it concluded by selling to Chatham Asset Management.
Alcoa, down 42 cents to $ 59.21
The company has reached an agreement with workers at its San CipriÃ¡n aluminum plant in Spain to resolve issues related to high energy prices.
Biogen, down from $ 18.31 to $ 240
Samsung Biologics has denied reports that it was interested in the takeover of the American company.
NV5 Global, down $ 1.13 to $ 136.62
The consulting firm announced that it was buying Optimal Energy, an energy efficiency consulting firm. The terms were not disclosed.
Tesla, down $ 15.85 to $ 1,070.34
The company is recalling certain Model 3s because a cable from its reversing camera may wear out and not transmit images to the dashboard console.