JP Morgan, Sherwin-Williams Fall; Wells Fargo, ODP Rise

NEW YORK: Stocks that were heavily traded or whose prices changed significantly on Friday:

Sherwin-Williams Co., down from $8.93 to $308.46.

The paint maker reported disappointing fourth-quarter earnings as operations curtailed due to raw material shortages and supply chain problems.

Boston Beer Company, down from $39.65 to $449.33.

The maker of Sam Adams beer warned it would miss its 2021 earnings target as it faces inventory shortages and high supply chain costs.

Las Vegas Sands Corp., from $5.33 to $42.99.

Changes in gaming law in Macau are reportedly beneficial to the casino operator.

ODP Corp., from $1.29 to $42.54.

The parent of Office Depot is delaying the division of its businesses to review a new buyout offer.

JPMorgan Chase & Co., up $10.34 to $157.89.

Investors were disappointed with the bank’s latest financial results, which showed profits have plummeted as its trading business collapsed.

Wells Fargo & Company, from $2.06 to $58.06.

The bank described the fourth quarter financial results as encouraging.

Occidental Petroleum Corp., from $1.36 to $35.51.

US crude oil prices edged higher and helped lift energy stocks.

Freeport McMoran Inc., down 25 cents at $44.08.

The fall in copper prices weighed on the mining company.

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