Starwood and Dillard's are big market movers
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc., down $2.72 to $72.27
The company is being bought by rival Marriott for $12.2 billion in a move that will create the world's largest hotelier.
Dillard's Inc., down $4.99 to $72.52
The department store operator became the latest retailer to report disappointing earnings ahead of the holiday shopping season.
Delta Air Lines Inc., down $1.06 to $47.93
The airline and others in the travel industry saw pressure on their stocks in the wake of Friday's attacks in Paris.
Urban Outfitters Inc., down $1.82 to $22.67
The clothing, apparel and housewares retailer is buying The Vetri Family group of restaurants for an undisclosed amount.
Conmed Corp., up $3.14 to $41.48
The medical technology company is buying privately held SurgiQuest for $265 million to expand its surgical products portfolio.
B Communications Ltd., up $1.42 to $24.83
The Israeli telecommunications services company's key subsidiary, Bezeq, provided an upbeat 2015 group profit outlook.
Arrowhead Research Corp., up 5 cents to $5.73
The drug developer presented positive data on the effects of its potential chronic hepatitis B treatment in chimpanzees.
Dipexium Pharmaceuticals Inc., down 95 cents to $11.16
The drug developer reported a wider third-quarter loss on higher expenses as it develops the topical antibiotic Locilex.