Amazon and Apple slide; Caterpillar and ConocoPhillips rise
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday:
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., up 58 cents to $23.43
The Food and Drug Administration approved Teva’s drug Ajovy, an injection intended to prevent migraines.
ConocoPhillips, up 74 cents to $74.24
Energy companies rose along with oil prices Monday.
Caterpillar Inc., up $1.32 to $146.22
The dollar weakened Monday and industrial and basic materials companies traded higher.
Amazon.com Inc., down $62.16 to $1,908.03
The Wall Street Journal reported that Amazon is investigating suspected bribes and data leaks of its employees.
Apple Inc., down $5.96 to $217.88
The chairman of China’s sovereign wealth fund said the government should clamp down on exports of goods American companies need.
DowDuPont Inc., up 24 cents to $68.82
The chemicals company named the CEOs of its agriculture and specialty products businesses as it prepares to split into three companies.
Tronc Inc., up 14 cents to $16.28
The Los Angeles Times reported that McClatchy is interested in buying the newspaper publisher.
Abercrombie & Fitch Co., down 58 cents to $19.59
Smaller companies, which did better than the rest of the market Friday, took outsize losses Monday.