Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
DSW Inc., down $6.67 at $52.13
The footwear and accessories company provided a fiscal second-quarter earnings forecast that was below Wall Street's expectations.
AK Steel Holding Corp., down 15 cents at $5.17
The West Chester, Ohio-based steel maker projected a profit for the second quarter that was below Wall Street's forecast.
SAIC Inc., down 38 cents at $11.86
The Department of Defense said it was giving a different company a key contract that the technology provider previously had.
Buckeye Technologies Inc., down $2.63 at $26.47
The fiber and woven goods maker announced that it is closing its Florida plant temporarily to deal with a mechanical failure.
Body Central Corp., down $7.77 at $8.22
The women's clothing-store chain cut its second-quarter and full-year earnings and revenue forecasts due to soft sales since April.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc., up $1.38 at $46.31
A Stifel Nicolaus analyst kept his "Buy" rating on the pharmaceutical company citing its plans to buy an oral health products firm.
Kohlberg Capital Corp., up 42 cents at $6.71
The investment firm's board increased the company's quarterly dividend by 33 percent, citing the benefit of a recent acquisition.
Infinity Pharmaceuticals Inc., down $1.02 at $12.86
The drug developer said it was halting the study of a bone cancer treatment following disappointing results from a mid-stage trial.
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