NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Tyco International Ltd., up $ 1.05 at $44.75
The former conglomerate plans to separate into three publicly-traded companies. It’s the second breakup for the company since 2007.
Goodrich Corp., up $14.71 at $107.60
The Wall Street Journal reported that diversified manufacturer United Technologies Corp. may want to buy the aerospace-systems maker.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., down 95 cents at $24.27
A Raymond James analyst said that year over year bookings for Caribbean and European cruises has slowed throughout the industry.
JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd., down $2.54 at $6.50
The solar power parts maker said it would halt production at a Chinese plant that environmental regulators say is polluting a river.
Ralcorp Holdings Inc., down 96 cents at $75.23
The maker of Raisin Bran and other cereals said that it has again rejected a $5.17 billion takeover bid from ConAgra Foods.
Netflix Inc., down $11.44 at $143.75
The online movie rental company said it will separate its streaming business and DVD-by-mail business, naming the latter Qwikster.
TiVo Inc., down 40 cents at $10.75
A Caris & Co. analyst downgraded shares of the set-top box maker since its stock has already reached their $11 price target.
Wright Medical Group Inc., up $1.37 at $17.40
The orthopedic device maker said it named Robert J. Palmisano, a medical devices industry veteran, as its new president and CEO.