NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Monday:
Gilead Sciences Inc., up 22 cents at $76.97
The drug developer was approached by AstraZeneca for a potential merger, according to media reports.
International Flavors & Fragrances Inc., down $2.29 at $135.57
The maker of flavors and fragrances for food and other products reported a 7% drop in sales during the first eight weeks of its second quarter.
United Microelectronics Corp., up 6 cents at $2.87
The chipmaker reported a 20% jump in May revenue and solid revenue growth so far this year.
Thor Industries Inc., up $11.14 at $111.14
The recreational vehicle maker reported a surprising fiscal third-quarter profit and encouraging revenue.
Aaron’s Inc., up $3.71 at $49.28
The rent-to-buy retailer gave investors a surprisingly good second-quarter profit and revenue update.
Emergent BioSolutions Inc., down $18.22 at $68.69
A court sided with Teva in the company’s patent dispute over the opioid overdose nasal spray Narcan.
United Airlines Holdings Inc., up $6.28 at $48.69
Airlines and other travel-related stocks are rising amid encouraging signs that the economy is on a path to recovery.
BP Plc., up 67 cents at $28.38
The energy company will cut its global workforce by 10,000 jobs amid the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.