Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Wal-Mart Stores Inc., up 22 cents at $53.04
The Supreme Court blocked a massive sex discrimination lawsuit against the retailer on behalf of women who work there.
Nabors Industries Ltd., down 44 cents at $23.59
The land drilling contractor said that it expects its second-quarter operating income to be lower than what Wall Street expected.
Office Depot Inc., up 25 cents at $4.07
An Oppenheimer analyst believes that the office products retailer is open to a potential deal with rival OfficeMax.
Cedar Fair L.P., up 15 cents at $18.45
The amusement park operator said that a former Walt Disney Co. executive will take over as CEO early next year.
Whole Foods Market Inc., up $1.21 at $56.90
A BMO Capital Markets analyst upgraded the organic supermarket's stock saying a recent sell-off makes it a good time to buy shares.
Acura Pharmaceuticals Inc., up 63 cents at $4.50
The Food and Drug Administration approved a new powerful painkiller developed by the pharmaceutical company and Pfizer.
Harbin Electric Inc., up $4.96 at $13.35
The Chinese motor maker agreed to be taken private by its chairman and CEO and a private equity fund for $24 per share in cash.
Almost Family Inc., down $3.82 at $23.95
A Baird analyst downgraded shares of the home health services company, saying Wall Street is too optimistic about 2012 results.