The U.S. leads the pack in the percentage of older adults who have trouble paying their medical bills.
NEW YORK -- Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
OfficeMax Inc., up 89 cents at $8.33
The office supply retailer said that cutting costs pushed its third-quarter net income higher, despite weak demand for electronics.
Medifast Inc., up $2.29 at $29.11
Thanks to new advertising and programs, the weight-loss company said its third-quarter profit rose more than 40 percent.
AOL Inc., up $7.89 at $43.70
The Internet company posted a third-quarter profit, reversing a loss a year earlier. The results beat Wall Street's expectations.
Weight Watchers International Inc., up $7.89 at $55.37
The weight-loss company said that its third-quarter earnings fell, but its results still easily beat Wall Street expectations.
Express Scripts Holding Co., down $7.73 at $55.15
The pharmacy benefit manager posted a 20 percent rise in third-quarter profit, but warned that its results could be weaker in 2013.
Fossil Inc., down $9.86 at $84.24
The maker of watches and other fashion accessories reported third-quarter revenue short of Wall Street expectations.
Zillow Inc., down $6.22 at $28.15
The real estate website posted a third-quarter profit, but its revenue outlook for the current quarter missed Wall Street's expectations.
Vivus Inc., down $3.13 at $11.82
The drug maker said that sales of its new weight loss drug Qsymia are hurt by limited insurance coverage and high copays.