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NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Monday:
International Game Technology Plc., up 53 cents to $7.46.
The maker of video slot machines beat Wall Street’s first-quarter profit and revenue forecasts.
Hertz Global Holdings Inc., up 53 cents to $3.17.
The car rental company named a new CEO to replace Kathryn Marinello.
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Hess Corp., up $5.04 to $49.11.
Crude oil prices jumped as production cuts kicked in just as demand began to rise with business reopenings.
ForeScout Technologies Inc., down $6.95 to $22.57.
Advent International may abandon its buyout of the cybersecurity company after it postponed the transaction.
PerkinElmer Inc., up 46 cents to $93.32.
The medical diagnostics company denied it’s being investigated as part of a Medicare fraud case.
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T-Mobile US Inc., up $4.58 to $101.90.
SoftBank is reportedly considering selling a significant portion of its stake in the wireless operator.
J.C. Penney Co., down 5 cents to $0.18.
The department store chain filed for bankruptcy as the pandemic struck a blow to its struggling business.
Moderna Inc., up $13.31 to $80.00.
The biotechnology company reported encouraging results from an early study of its potential coronavirus vaccine.
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