Delta Air Lines, Nokia, Intel, Smith & Wesson and Google are big market movers

Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:


Delta Air Lines Inc., up $1.12 to $44.20

The airline reported a surge in first-quarter profit on more passengers and cheaper fuel, beating Wall Street expectations.

Nokia Corp., down 12 cents to $7.84

The Finnish telecommunications company will buy its French rival Alcatel-Lucent in a deal valued at about $16.5 billion.

Delek US Holdings Inc., up 47 cents to $38.37

The energy company will buy about 48 percent of Alon USA Energy Inc.'s stock owned by Alon Israel for about $572 million.


Intel Corp., up $1.34 to $32.83

The chipmaker reported better than-expected first-quarter profit, but revenue during the period fell short of forecasts.

Google Inc., up $2.14 to $532.53

European regulators charged the technology company with abusing its dominance in Internet searches and will probe its mobile system.

Smith & Wesson Holding Corp., up $1.97 to $14.97

The firearms company raised its fourth-quarter profit and revenue guidance, citing stronger-than-anticipated orders.

Molycorp Inc., up 41 cents to 95 cents

The rare-earth materials company will supply Siemens AG with materials for use in wind turbine generators over the next 10 years.

Enphase Energy Inc., up 63 cents to $13.65

The solar energy components company said Folsom Labs' advanced photovoltaic system for its installations is now available.