Chiquita, Boeing, FuelCell, eBay and McDonald's are big market movers
NEW YORK (AP) -- Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
The Boeing Co., down $1.65 to $126.89
Hairline cracks have been discovered in the wings of some 787s that are being built, the airplane's latest production snafu.
Chiquita Brands International Inc., up $1.16 to $12
The company is buying Fyffes of Dublin to become the world's biggest banana seller with $4.6 billion in annual revenues.
KB Home, down 77 cents to $17.85
The entire sector is under pressure as Bank of America and Citigroup downgraded numerous homebuilders, seeing a short-term slowdown.
McDonald's Corp., down 30 cents to $95.20
Sales at stores open at least a year fell more than expected in February, the first back-to-back drop for the burger chain in more than a decade.
FuelCell Energy Inc., up 40 cents to $3.93
Shares spiked ahead of the fuel cell power company's earnings report after it got another fat contract extension from the U.S.
Athenahealth Inc., down $2.12 to $183.04
Oppenheimer downgraded the business services company with shares up 36 percent in 2014 and up 88 percent over the past 52 weeks.
eBay Inc., down 84 cents to $58.22
The online retailer rejected the two board nominees from Carl Icahn, asking shareholders to approve four of its own instead.