NEW YORK (AP) -- Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
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&G 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.
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.
- Consumer Discretionary