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Netflix, RadioShack, Molson Coors, MetLife and eHealth are big market movers

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

NYSE

RadioShack Corp., down 16 cents to $1.38

Same-store sales plunged and the electronics retailer drew down its credit line as its troubles, and its losses, begin to pile up.

Chico's FAS Inc., up $1.16 to $16.53

After a rough winter smothered traffic, the Financial Times is reporting that the women's clothing retailer is in buyout talks.

MetLife Inc., up 39 cents to $55.05

Shares hit levels not seen since the 2008 financial crisis after the insurer announced stock buyback worth as much as $1 billion, its first since the recession.

Molson Coors Brewing Co., up $3.60 to $70.71

The rebounding job market has shares of the brewer bubbling to all-time highs as beer drinkers find more money in their pockets.

Nasdaq

Netflix Inc., up $5.20 to $428.29

Shareholders in the video streamer backed founder Reed Hastings and voted down a resolution to split the CEO and chairman roles.

Achillion Pharmaceuticals Inc., up $3.54 to $7.79

Shares are up 170 per cent this week after Idenix was bought out, with many seeing the drugmaker as the next potential target.

eHealth Inc., down $5.09 to $33.91

Jefferies & Co. has grown cautious about revenue from the government's health insurance exchange and downgraded the online insurer.

Francesca's Holdings Corp., down $1.73 to $13.55

First-quarter profits slumped 21 per cent as the severe winter impacted the women's retailer.

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