NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
Lions Gate Entertainment Corp., up $1.06 to $28.66
“Divergent” made a debut of $56 million at the box office, extending the film studio’s streak of blockbuster young-adult films.
Lockheed Martin Corp., up 79 cents to $158.19
South Korea selects the contractor’s F-35 Lightning II aircraft for its F-X fighter program, following Israel and Japan.
The Coca-Cola Co., down 4 cents to $38.40
Fund manager David Winters sent letters to the board and shareholder Warren Buffett, criticizing executive pay at the soda maker.
Nu Skin Enterprises Inc., up $13.66 to $88.66
China levied a light fine against the direct-seller of personal products for using unregistered sellers and unauthorized promotions.
Apple Inc., up $6.32 to $539.19
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the tech giant may be teaming up with Comcast on a streaming TV deal to ease congestion.
Ctrip.com International Ltd., down $1.70 to $47.79
The Chinese travel site becomes the latest to deal questions about data security after an outside website pointed out flaws.
Gilead Sciences Inc., up 6 cents to $72.13
Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., raised questions about the $84,000 that the drugmaker charges for its new Hepatitis C drug Sovaldi.
Ross Stores Inc., up 32 cents to $73.29
The retailer, which hit a 52-week high recently, was upgraded by RBC Capital Markets as it dodges a downturn in consumer spending.