Twitter, Boeing Fall; Eli Lilly, Crocs Rise
NEW YORK: Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially Monday:
Apple Inc., down $3.07 to $128.98.
The iPhone maker removed Parler, a social media platform popular with the far right, from its app stores because of threats to public safety.
Eli Lilly and Co., up $19.53 to $185.94.
The drug developer reported encouraging results from a study of a potential Alzheimer’s disease treatment.
Boeing Co., down $3.11 to $206.79.
A deadly plane crash in Indonesia over the weekend involved a 737-500 made by Boeing.
Dennys Corp., down 30 cents to $14.26.
The restaurant chain gave investors a disappointing sales update.
ODP Corp., up $7.18 to $44.14.
USR Parent, the owner of office supply store Staples, proposed a takeover of Office Depot.
Crocs Inc., up $8.19 to $74.97.
The footwear maker raised its revenue forecast for 2020 and gave an encouraging 2021 forecast.
GameStop Corp., up $2.25 to $19.94.
The video game retailer entered a deal with activist investor RC Ventures to expand its board of directors.
Twitter Inc., down $3.30 to $48.18.
The social media platform banned President Donald Trump, citing the risk of further incitement of violence.
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