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

Synchronoss Technologies Inc., up 64 cents to $16.50

The mobile services company said it will review its strategic options, including a possible sale.

Endo International PLC, up 14 cents to $11.31

The drugmaker agreed to stop selling its opioid pain drug Opana ER, as regulators had asked.

McDonald’s Corp., up $3.18 to $156.27

Consumer-focused companies traded higher Friday following a better-than-expected June jobs report.

Hess Corp., down $1.04 to $41.79

Energy companies sank as the price of oil turned lower.

KLA-Tencor Corp., up $2.09 to $94.57

Technology companies, which have dropped over the last month, did better than the rest of the market Friday.

Advisory Board Co., up $2.90 to $57.10

Bloomberg said UnitedHealth Group and Vista Equity plan to buy the consulting company.

Haverty Furniture Cos., down $1.95 to $22.65

The home furnishings company said its sales weakened at the end of the second quarter.

Silicon Motion Technology Corp., down $3 to $44.70

The chip maker said its second-quarter revenue will be lower than it initially expected.

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