Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market. Data from the Associated Press:
Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd., up 17 cents to $3.26
One of the solar stocks getting a boost from a weekend article in the Financial Times, which said that bankers are close to securitizing solar panel leases into bonds for the first time.
Heckmann Corp., down 45 cents to $3.90
Wedbush downgrades the water management company’s stock, predicting that it will be forced to cut its profit outlook for 2013 in the face of increasingly weak market conditions.
AOL Inc., up $2.51 to $36.23
The Internet company said Friday that revenues increased for the first time in eight years, prompting Jefferies & Co. to raise its price target from $44 to $50 Monday.
Alere Inc., down $1.33 to $21.33
Wedbush downgrades the medical diagnostics company, saying third-quarter disease management revenues were disappointing and it is likely its wellness unit continued to struggle in the fourth quarter.
Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA), down 82 cents to $38.42
Article in NYT over the weekend regarding reporter’s negative experience with a Model S and the supercharging network between Washington and Norwich, Conn.
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc., up $4.47 to $170.35
Sanofi SA announced its intention to purchase a piece of Regeneron.
Diamond Foods, up $2.19 to $16.60
Blackrock now owns a stake of close to 8 percent, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Netflix, Inc., down $3.08 to $177.89
Pay TV channel Starz renewed its agreement to carry movies from Sony Pictures. Starz ended its agreement with Netflix to keep pay-TV customers happy, making a renewed deal unlikely anytime soon with Starz.