PVH and Equifax slip while Tenet and Boeing rise

Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday:

Lattice Semiconductor Corp., down 2 cents to $5.70

The U.S. government blocked the chipmaker's sale to a firm backed by China, citing national security concerns.

Boeing Co., up $3.30 to $245.23

The aerospace company kept rising after it said it expects to deliver more planes.

PVH Corp., down $1 to $126.43

Retailers traded lower as investors worried about higher prices for consumers and greater inflation.

Tenet Healthcare Corp., up 92 cents to $17.16

The Wall Street Journal said the hospital operator may sell itself.

United Natural Foods Inc., up $1.97 to $39.18

The organic and specialty foods distributor reported a fourth-quarter profit that was bigger than expected.

Autoliv Inc., up $13.90 to $127.15

The automobile safety systems supplier said it intends to break up into two companies.

Equifax Inc., down $2.33 to $96.66

The Federal Trade Commission is investigating the data breach the credit monitoring company disclosed last week.

William Lyon Homes, down $1.32 to $23.47

The homebuilder said Paulson & Co., its second-largest shareholder, will sell its stock.