Hasbro and SuperValu rise, JB Hunt and Marathon Oil dip

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

Hasbro Inc., up $5.66 to $81.82

The toy maker reported strong revenue including better sales of games as well as toys marketed to girls.

SuperValu Inc., up 29 cents to $5.30

The supermarket chain said it will sell its Save-A-Lot business to Canadian private equity firm Onex Corp. for $1.37 billion.

J.B. Hunt Transportation Services Inc., down $1.57 to $78.45

The trucking and logistics company said demand was “tepid” in the third quarter and rates fell for several businesses.

Coty Inc., up 5 cents to $23.39

The beauty products retailer said it will buy hair styling device maker GHD for about $510 million.

Marathon Oil Corp., down 40 cents to $14.18

Energy companies fell in tandem with the price of oil.

Lennox International Inc., down $2.40 to $155.22

The maker of furnaces and air conditioners, which has surged this year, slipped after its third-quarter report.

Public Service Enterprise Group Inc., up 67 cents to $41.57

Stocks that pay large dividends, including utilities, traded higher as bond yields fell.

Constellation Brands Inc., down $2.33 to $167.13

The liquor company agreed to sell its Canadian wine business to the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan for about $784 million.