MDC, Sangamo Therapeutics rise; Apple, F5 Networks decline
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Monday:
M.D.C. Holdings Inc., up $3.19 to $36.20.
The homebuilder’s shares jumped after it reported higher preliminary orders, deliveries and margins in the second quarter.
Sangamo Therapeutics Inc., up 12 cents to $11.52.
The gene therapy company gave a positive update on research into an experimental treatment for severe hemophilia A.
Apple Inc., down $4.21 to $200.02.
The iPhone maker’s shares fell after it was downgraded to sell by analysts at Rosenblatt Securities.
AZZ Inc., up $2.76 to $48.86.
The maker of metal coatings reported strong first quarter profit and sales.
Symantec Corp., up 61 cents to $25.61.
The cybersecurity software maker continued to climb on speculation it could be acquired by chipmaker Broadcom.
F5 Networks Inc., down $5.65 to $142.01.
The provider of cloud computing services for mobile apps was downgraded by analysts at Goldman Sachs.
NetApp Inc., down $1.99 to $60.42.
The data management company was downgraded by analysts at Citi.
Cardinal Health Inc., down 74 cents to $47.49.
The drug distributor said its chief financial officer is leaving the company.