LendingClub and Newmont Mining skid, Krispy Kreme climbs

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


Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc., up $4.10 to $20.96

The doughnut chain agreed to be taken private by JAB Beech for about $1.35 billion, or $21 per share.

LendingClub Corp., down $2.48 to $4.62

The lending website said CEO Renaud Laplanche resigned after an internal review of the sale of $22 million in loans to an investor.

Newmont Mining Corp., down $2.30 cents to $31.83

Precious metals prices fell as investors were disappointed by new economic reports from China.

Chevron Corp., down $1.51 to $100.35

Reports showed that China’s imports and exports fell last month, hurting energy companies.

Tribune Publishing Co., down 11 cents to $11.50

The newspaper publisher adopted a “poison pill” measure to block a takeover bid by Gannett.

Tyson Foods Inc., up 99 cents to $68.24

The meat producer raised its annual projections after its second-quarter results surpassed Wall Street estimates.

J.C. Penney Co., up 17 cents to $8.43

The retailer said it will start to sell major appliances online.

HCP Inc., up $1.44 to $35.99

The health care real estate investment trust reported strong results for the first quarter.