NEW YORK -- Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Tuesday:
BP Plc., up 84 cents to $25.10.
The energy company said it cut its debt faster than expected, allowing it to resume buybacks.
Hess Corp., up 72 cents to $71.48.
Oil prices jumped and helped lift energy company stocks.
Cara Therapeutics Inc., up $3.33 to $27.15.
The biopharmaceutical company will join the S&P Small Cap 600 on April 8.
Hudbay Minerals Inc., up 30 cents to $7.91.
The mining company gave investors an upbeat assessment of its Mason copper project in Nevada.
Greenbrier Cos., down $2.25 to $46.
The maker of railroad freight cars gave investors a disappointing second-quarter revenue update.
Paychex Inc., down $4.94 to $95.42.
The payroll processor's revenue forecast for the year fell short of analysts' expectations.
Southwest Airlines Co., up $1.13 to $64.10.
The airline is recalling pilots to meet rising travel demand, according to reports.
Illumina Inc., up $30.30 to $414.84.
The genetic testing tools company gave investors an encouraging revenue update for its fiscal first quarter.