Exxon Mobil and Headwaters rise; Tyson Foods tumbles

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday:

Exxon Mobil Corp., up $1.21 to $86.49

Energy companies rose with the price of oil as investors hoped for an international deal that will cut production.

Headwaters Inc., up $3.43 to $23.52

The building products company agreed to be bought by Boral Ltd. of Australia in a deal the companies valued at $2.6 billion.

Tyson Foods Inc., down $9.76 to $57.60

The meat producer reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly profit and said its CEO will step down.

Applied Micro Circuits Corp., up 85 cents to $8.10

The chipmaker agreed to be bought by Macom Technology Solutions Holdings in a deal the companies valued at $770 million.

Freeport-McMoran Inc., up 78 cents to $14.51

The price of copper climbed and materials companies did better than the broader market.

LifeLock Inc., up $3.06 to $23.81

The identity theft and fraud protection company agreed to be bought by Symantec for $2.3 billion.

Energy Transfer Equity LP, up 63 cents to $17.92

Sunoco Logistics agreed to buy Energy Transfer Partners, a pipeline company connected to Energy Transfer Equity.

Acorda Therpauetics Inc., down 90 cents to $20.40

After a failed clinical study, the company stopped development of a drug intended to treat walking difficulties caused by strokes.