PayPal, TripAdvisor fall; General Electric, Zynga rise

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Tuesday:

PayPal Holdings Inc., $24 dropped to $205.42.

The digital payments technology platform and company has slashed its earnings and revenue forecasts.

Zynga Inc., up 66 cents to $7.65.

The creator of “FarmVille” and other online games gave investors an encouraging revenue forecast.

Five9 Inc., $21.02 up to $166.27.

The call center software maker gave investors a solid earnings forecast after beating analysts’ third quarter financial forecasts.

New Relic Inc., $35.03 up to $125.97.

The software analytics company beat analysts’ second-quarter financial forecasts.

RealReal Inc., up $2.56 to $16.28.

The online luxury consignment site’s third-quarter earnings and revenue exceed Wall Street’s forecasts.

SmileDirectClub Inc., $1.08 dropped to $4.17.

The direct-to-consumer toothbrush company gave investors a disappointing revenue forecast.

General Electric Co., up from $2.87 to $111.29.

The industrial conglomerate splits into three public companies focused on aerospace, healthcare and energy.

TripAdvisor Inc. fell $3.54 to $31.33.

The travel website reported disappointing third-quarter financial results and said CEO Stephen Kaufer is stepping down.

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