Imax, eBay, MetLife are big market movers
NEW YORK—Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Imax Corp., up $2.16 at $21.43
A Stifel Nicholas analyst upgraded the big-screen movie company to "Buy" saying that he expects a strong 2012 for the company.
SuccessFactors Inc., up $13.50 at $39.75
The maker of software specializing in human resources tasks agreed to be sold to German software company SAP AG for $3.4 billion.
MetLife Inc., up $1.16 at $32.92
The life insurer expects to report higher operating earnings for 2011 that nevertheless would be short of analysts' expectations.
US Airways Group Inc., up 28 cents at $5.12
The airline said that its traffic rose 3.4 percent last month and its planes were more full than any November before.
Telular Corp., up 23 cents at $7.20
The wireless technology company said that it agreed to buy SkyBitz for $42 million in cash and stock to expand its mobile business.
Incyte Corp., down 28 cents at $13.96
A Citi analyst said that a newly approved drug may have limited long-term growth potential in treating patients with myelofibrosis.
Take-Two Interactive Software Inc., up 47 cents at $14.13
A Pacific Crest analyst said that now is the best time to buy the video game maker's stock, two months after announcing a new "Grand Theft Auto" game.
eBay Inc., up $1.10 at $30.70
A Raymond James analyst upgraded the shares of the online marketplace to "Strong Buy" on improved growth in the fourth quarter.