Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
M&F Worldwide Corp., up $3.88 at $24.25
The banking service holding company said it will sell itself to shareholder MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings Inc. for $25 per share.
Colfax Corp., down $1.98 at $21.06
The pump and valve maker said it will buy Charter International, which owns two engineering businesses, in a $2.4 billion deal.
Brady Corp., up $1.94 at $27.75
The identification badge maker said fourth-quarter earnings jumped 37 percent on foreign currency gains and improved efficiency.
Tenet Healthcare Corp., down 50 cents at $4.52
The hospital operator said that it expects its 2011 earnings to be on the lower end of its previously annouced estimates.
ING Groep NV, down 37 cents at $6.27
The Wall Street Journal reported that the Federal Reserve is scrutinizing ING's plan to sell its online bank to Capital One.
NetLogic Microsystems Inc., up $16.21 at $48.12
Chipmaker Broadcom Corp. said it agreed to acquire NetLogic, which makes chips for Internet networks, for about $3.7 billion.
Wynn Resorts Ltd., up $3.29 at $151.72
The casino operator said it signed a land deal with the Macau government to build its second casino-resort in the territory.
Global Industries Ltd., up $2.63 at $7.78
The company, which provides services for offshore oil and gas exploration, is being bought by rival Technip for about $937 million.