NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq stock market:
Ford Motor Co., down 20 cents to $14.33
The automaker will book a $600 million charge for signing bonuses paid to union workers under a new four-year contract.
Vale SA, down 20 cents to $3.37
Brazil is planning to sue the mining operator and its partner BHP Bilton over damage caused by a dam collapse at the Samarco mine.
Computer Sciences Corp., up $2.42 to $31.33
The information technology company completed its spinoff of CSRA following CSRA’s combination with SRA International.
J.C. Penney Co., down 24 cents to $7.97
The retailer’s shares dropped as competition with traditional rivals and Internet-based operations heated up on “Cyber Monday.”
Office Depot Inc., down 16 cents to $6.59
U.S. antitrust regulators are preparing to block the office supply store’s sale to rival Staples Inc., according to media reports.
JD.com Inc., up 73 cents to $30.68
The China-based online retailer saw shares gain ground as shoppers headed to the Internet to shop on “Cyber Monday.”
Oramed Pharmaceuticals Inc., up $1.35 to $9.10
The pharmaceutical company signed a development and licensing deal worth up to $50 million with a Chinese company.
Macrocure Ltd., down 41 cents to $2.03
The biotechnology company’s chief financial officer and chief medical officer are resigning as it conducts a strategic review.