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Energizer, Express Scripts, Twitter and Time Warner are big market movers

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NEW YORK, N.Y. - Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:

NYSE

General Electric Co., up 13 cents to $26.89

The conglomerate inched closer to buying the energy-related businesses of France's Alstom but rival offers and political concern in France may hold up or scuttle the deal.

Energizer Holdings Inc., up $13.98 to $111.69

The company will split into two publicly traded entities, one selling batteries and other selling personal care goods, like razors.

Time Warner Inc., up $1.72 to $66.46

The breakout hit "The Lego Movie" and the HBO show "True Detective" drove the entertainment company's profit and revenue higher.

Twitter Inc., down $3.65 to $38.97

Shares in the social network slumped to their lowest levels yet on concerns about the company's ability to add and then keep users.

Nasdaq

Garmin Ltd., up $2.01 to $57.10

The GPS equipment maker continues to surprise Wall Street in the face of a smartphone barrage, topping profit expectations again.

eBay Inc., down $2.71 to $51.83

A weak outlook from the e-commerce site overshadowed better-than-expected earnings and revenue during the first quarter.

Aspen Technology Inc., up $5.24 to $42.99

A big third quarter from the industrial software maker earned an upgrade from Summit Research, which cited "strong execution."

Express Scripts Holding Co., down $4.43 to $66.58

Earnings at the nation's largest pharmacy benefits manager slumped on bad weather and a slow national insurance program rollout.

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