Chipotle, Vail, Devon, Keurig and Mattress Firm are big market movers

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq stock market:


Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc., down $9.45 to $551.75

The chain restaurant operator warned that sales could fall short of expectations due to an E. coli outbreak.

Pep Boys-Manny, Moe and Jack, up 37 cents to $16.06

Financier Carl Icahn increased his bid for the auto parts and repair chain that had previously agreed to an $835 million buyout offer from Japan’s Bridgestone Corp.

Vail Resorts Inc., up $3.58 to $125.58

The ski resort operator reported better-than-expected fiscal first-quarter earnings and revenue on an increase in guests.

Devon Energy Corp., down $4.09 to $36.44

The oil company is buying 80,000 acres from Felix Energy for $1.9 billion and announced a separate deal for another company.


Keurig Green Mountain Inc., up $37.19 to $88.89

The single-cup coffee machine maker agreed to be sold to private equity firm JAB Holding for almost $14 billion.

Bluebird Bio Inc., down $31.41 to $52.25

The biotechnology company reported disappointing study data from a potential sickle cell therapy.

Homeinns Hotel Group, up $2.36 to $34.50

The economy hotel operator in China is being bought by BTG Hotels Group for $35.80 in cash for each American depositary share.

JetBlue Airways Corp., up $1.01 to $26.49

The tumbling price of crude oil will mean lower jet-fuel bills for competitors across the airline industry.