NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
United States Steel Corp., up $1.13 to $26.91
Goldman Sachs upgraded the steel sector, saying that it is “getting very optimistic on steel demand over the coming years.”
Kellogg Company, up 43 cents to $62.72
The breakfast foods maker announced that it would cut 7 per cent of its workforce after putting up weak quarterly numbers.
Berry Petroleum Co., up $2.97 to $51.72
Linn Energy raised its offer for the driller by $600 million, after it topped expectations consistently throughout the year.
Realogy Holdings Corp., up $3.10 to $43.77
The real estate brokerage returned to a third-quarter profit on strong revenue due to a surge in the number of homes sold.
BlackBerry Ltd., down $1.27 to $6.50
The sale of the troubled smartphone pioneer was called off and the company announced the departure of CEO Thorsten Heins.
Qlik Technologies Inc., up $1.18 to $26.21
Citigroup upgraded the software company, saying there is substantial revenue potential for its new product, Qlikview.Next.
Harvard Bioscience Inc., up 22 cents to $4.42
The medical instruments maker announced the completion of a spinoff of its Harvard Apparatus Regenerative Technology unit.
Volcano Corp., up $1.34 to $20.29
Activist investor Glenn Welling’s Engaged Capital has taken a 5.1 per cent stake in the intravascular ultrasound company.