In this video from Tuesday's Investor Beat, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool analyst Jason Moser dig through the biggest stories for investors from the market today.

Shares of Ford fell somewhat, despite reporting a solid quarter, with sales up, overall profit at just over $3 billion, and seemingly strong profit margins. Cliffs Natural Resources popped after hedge fund Casablanca Capital took a 5% stake and called for Cliffs to spin off its international assets to create value for shareholders. The stock was the worst performer of the year in the S&P 500 last year. And, Corning's Q4 profits came in higher than expected, but shares were down after the company warned that LCD glass prices would decline in the current quarter. In this segment, the guys discuss three stocks making moves on the market today.

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The article Ford, Corning, and Cliffs on the Move originally appeared on Fool.com.

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