RH, Tesla and Dave & Buster’s climb; Raytheon slumps

NEW YORK — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday:

Tesla Inc., up $10.67 to $342.77

The electric car maker announced it would lay off 9 percent of its workforce in order to boost profitability.

Raytheon Corp., down $5.95 to $206.61

Following the Trump-Kim summit, shares of weapons makers and defense contractors were among the biggest decliners.

RH, up $36.27 to $155

The furniture and housewares company followed up a strong first quarter with better-than-expected forecasts.

Lands’ End Inc., up $6.40 to $29.90

The clothing company said its sales continued to improve and it took a smaller loss than analysts anticipated.

Dave & Buster’s Entertainment Inc., up $7.99 to $55.82

The restaurant and arcade chain reported a larger profit and more revenue than analysts expected.

Cleveland-Cliffs Inc., up 13 cents to $8.85

The mining company said it agreed to sell its Australian iron ore assets.

Hawaiian Holdings Inc., down $1.75 to $37.85

The airline said it expects less revenue because of a volcanic eruption and forecast higher costs for maintenance and fuel.

Dominion Energy Inc., up $1.68 to $64.89

Utilities companies fared better than the rest of the market Tuesday.

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