Mattel, Murphy Oil, WD-40 are market movers

NEW YORK -- Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:


Murphy Oil Corp., up $4.74 at $63.74

Murphy Oil is spinning off its retail gasoline business into a separate company to focus on oil exploration and production.

Domino's Pizza Inc., up $2.92 at $41.16

Rising sales in the U.S. and overseas helped push the pizza chain's net income up 18 percent in the fiscal third quarter.

Wolverine World Wide Inc., up $1.29 at $44.70

The footwear and clothing company, which owns the Hush Puppies brand, said third-quarter net income fell 19 percent, but it still expects full-year earnings above last year.

W.W. Grainger Inc., down $6.28 at $209.58

The seller of power tools, plumbing supplies and other industrial equipment said its third-quarter net income fell 15 percent.

Brown & Brown Inc., down 62 cents at $25.68

The insurance broker said that its net income rose 12 percent in the third quarter, but its results still missed expectations.

Diebold Inc., down $2.46 at $31.28

The maker of bank teller machines cut its full-year net income prediction and posted lower-than-expected third-quarter guidance.


Mattel Inc., up $1.78 at $37.20

Strong sales of American Girl dolls and Fisher-Price toys helped boost the toy maker's third-quarter results, beating expectations.

WD-40 Co., down $3.39 at $47.66

Due to falling sales in Europe, the maker of WD-40 spray lubricant said its fiscal fourth-quarter profit dropped 11.9 percent.