Bob Evans and Progressive rise; Rite Aid and Centene skid

Published September 19, 2017
Associated Press

Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday:

Synchronoss Technologies Inc., down $6.93 to $9.82

The mobile services company said Siris Capital Group is no longer interested in buying it.

Rite Aid Corp., down 33 cents to $2.40

Regulators approved a deal in which Walgreens will buy 1,932 Rite Aid stores, fewer than the companies had planned.

Centene Corp., down $4.80 to $89.78

The Medicaid program administrator slumped as Senate Republicans sought votes on a bill that would roll back President Barack Obama's health care law.

Progressive Corp., up $1.32 to $47.63

The insurance company took a loss in August but said premiums increased.

Bob Evans Farms Inc., up $4.48 to $77.41

The packaged foods company agreed to be bought by cereal maker Post Holdings for $77 a share, or $1.53 billion.

Kohl's Corp., up 49 cents to $45.38

The department store chain said it will accept Amazon returns at some of its stores.

T-Mobile US Inc., up $3.62 to $65.42

CNBC reported that Sprint and T-Mobile are in talks about a potential combination.

Best Buy Co., down $4.59 to $52.76

The nation's largest consumer electronics chain outlined long-term profit goals that displeased investors.