JPMorgan, J&J rise; American Tower, Whiting Petroleum fall

JPMorgan, J&J rise; American Tower, Whiting Petroleum fall

NEW YORK -- Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Tuesday.

UnitedHealth Group Inc., up $18 to $238.59

The nation's largest health insurance company raised its profit forecast after beating Wall Street's third-quarter financial expectations.

Johnson & Johnson, up $2.12 to $132.84

The world's biggest maker of health care products raised its profit forecast for 2019 after giving investors a solid third-quarter financial report.

JPMorgan Chase & Co., up $3.51 to $119.96

The bank beat Wall Street's third-quarter profit forecasts thanks to higher interest rates and a solid performance by its investment banking business.

Charles Schwab Corp., up $2.02 to $39.74

The brokerage reported a rise in interest revenue that helped it beat Wall Street's third-quarter financial forecasts.

American Tower Corp., down $1.43 to $224.21

Shares of the real estate company and its peers fell as investors backed away from safe-play holdings.

Whiting Petroleum Corp., down 52 cents to $6.73

The oil and gas company is discussing a possible deal with Abraxas Petroleum, according to media reports.

First Republic Bank, up $6.44 to $103.62

The bank's third-quarter profit and revenue beat Wall Street's third quarter forecasts.

BlackRock Inc., up $10.24 to $444.45

The investment firm reported sold growth in management assets and beat Wall Street's third-quarter profit forecast.