Microsoft, Visa up; Boeing, F5 falling

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or saw significant price changes on Wednesday:

Boeing Co., down $12.58 to $154.46.

The planemaker reported a first-quarter loss much larger than analysts had expected.

Microsoft Corp., up $13 to $283.22.

The software maker’s third-quarter earnings and revenue beat Wall Street forecasts.

Alphabet Inc., down $87.11 to $2,285.89.

Search engine parent company Google reported its weakest revenue growth since 2020 in the first quarter.

Visa Inc., up $13.01 to $214.11.

The payment processing giant’s profit surge in the second fiscal quarter beat Wall Street forecasts.

Mondelez International Inc., up 1 cent at $64.05.

The maker of Oreos, Ritz crackers and Sour Patch Kids reported strong first-quarter financial results.

Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc., up $37.42 at $1,475.63.

The Mexican food chain’s first-quarter profits and revenue beat Wall Street forecasts.

F5 Inc., down $24.90 to $169.01.

The computer networking company cut its revenue forecast for the year due to supply chain issues.

Juniper Networks Inc., down $1.70 to $31.90.

The computer networking equipment maker warned investors of the lingering impact of supply chain issues.

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