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June 10, 2013

Booz Allen Hamilton, Federal Mogul, Titan International

Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market.
NYSE

Titan International Inc., down $2.82 at $17.89

A Jefferies analyst downgraded the wheel and tire supplier's stock to “Hold” from “Buy,” citing worries about profitability.

B Foods Inc., up $1.99 at $31.17

The food maker said that it is buying Robert's American Gourmet Food, which owns the Pirate's Booty brand, for $195 million.

Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp., down 46 cents at $17.54

An employee of the government consulting firm stepped forward as the person who leaked information about secret government surveillance programs.

Green Dot Corp., up $1.77 at $19.34

The prepaid card issuer said in a regulatory filing that it is acquiring GE Bank's prepaid cards that have Walmart branding.

Imax Corp., up 78 cents at $27.49

A B. Riley analyst upgraded shares of the big-movie screen company to “Buy,” saying that it expects it to increase its locations.

First Bancorp, up 62 cents at $6.96

A Sterne Agee analyst upgraded the bank's shares to a “Buy” rating, saying that it has made strides to restore profitability.

Nasdaq

AEP Industries Inc., down $16.57 at $65.85

The plastic packaging maker said that its net income dropped during its fiscal second quarter, hurt by increased expenses.

Federal-Mogul Corp., up 67 cents at $10.27

The auto supplier plans to refinance $3.05 billion in debt, and forecast better-than-expected revenue for the quarter and the year.

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