NEW YORK (TheStreet) --Dynegy
Shares were tumbling 3.1% to $2.86 in premarket trading Monday.
The order, valued at $18 billion, is Boeing's biggest-ever single order in dollar terms.
Emirates has options to buy additional planes, which could boost the value of the order to $26 billion.
Boeing shares were gaining 3% to $68.90 in premarket trading Monday.
Chemicals company LyondellBasell
Shares were gaining 2.6% to $37.
The company reported third-quarter adjusted earnings of 11 cents a share, beating the average analyst estimate by 2 cents.
Shares were falling 2.1% to $33.23.
Mining giant BHP
Shares were down 2.1% to $76.21.
On Monday, the bank head warned that new bank regulations will cause European banks to less competitive globally and even trigger a bout of consolidation.
Deutsche Bank shares were losing 2% to $38.96.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway
IBM shares were up 0.9% to $189.08.
Shares were down 0.8% at $36.40.
On an adjusted basis, earnings in the quarter were 35 cents a share. The latest period included charges related to store closings and discontinued projects of 17 cents a share.
Lowe's said sales rose 2.3% to $11.9 billion. Comparable-store sales in the third quarter rose 0.7%.
Analysts were expecting Lowe's to earn 33 cents a share in the third quarter on sales of $11.69 billion.
For the fiscal year, Lowe's said it expects total sales to increase 2% to 3%, with comparable-store sales declining by about 1%.
Lowe's expects fiscal-year earnings of $1.37 to $1.40 a share, including charges of 20 cents a share.
Shares were down 0.7% to $22.94.
Shares were falling 0.5% at $8.17.
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