Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc., up $13.65 at $38.12
Google Inc. is buying the cell phone maker for $12.5 billion, or $40 per share. That's a 63 percent premium to Motorola's stock price.
Nokia Corp., up 93 cents at $6.29
The handset maker got a boost after Google bought rival Motorola Mobility Holdings for $12.5 billion.
Bank of America Corp., up 57 cents at $7.76
The banking giant helped lead a rally in financial stocks after saying it plans to sell Canadian and U.K. credit card businesses.
Estee Lauder Cos., down $6.70 at $94.15
The makeup maker forecast earnings for the year that fell short of investor expectations as it ramps up ad and technology spending.
Sysco Corp., down $1.15 at $28.11
Rising costs for food and discounts for customers hurt the food distributor's gross profit margin in its most recent quarter.
Zagg Inc., up 94 cents at $15.67
The cell phone and tablet accessories company's quarterly net income increased 42 percent due to strong sales.
Cathay General Bancorp, up $1.15 at $12.57
An RBC Capital Markets analyst upgraded the bank holding company, saying its profitability has improved and its loan book is growing.
InterDigital Inc., down $10.76 at $64.96
Investors had speculated that Google might be interested in buying the company for its thousands of patents on wireless technology.