Unilever, DexCom rise; Gold Fields, LivePerson fall
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Tuesday:
Occidental Petroleum Corp., down $1.55 to $69.31.
Energy companies fell as the price of U.S. crude oil gave up an early gain and turned lower.
LivePerson Inc., down 27 cents to $16.78.
The messaging company, whose stock has lost 70% over the past year, was criticized by one of its large sharholders, Starboard Value.
DexCom Inc., up $8.86 to $297.94.
The maker of glucose monitors for diabetes patients denied speculation it was considering buying rival medical device company Insulet.
PotlatchDeltic Corp., down $3.56 to $52.46.
The real estate investment trust is buying CatchMark Timber Trust Inc.
Cenovus Energy Inc., up 50 cents to $23.17.
The Canadian energy company is restarting an oil platform project off Newfoundland and Labrador called the West White Rose Project.
Gold Fields Limited, down $2.86 to $9.34.
The South African gold miner is buying Canadian mining company Yamana Gold.
Deutsche Bank, down 7 cents to $11.18.
Authorities raided the German bank’s offices amid claims that it exaggerated the sustainability credentials of some products.
Unilever PLC, up $4.35 to $48.33.
The maker of Hellmann’s mayonnaise and Dove soap had its best day in more than two years after appointing an activist investor to its board.