Nu Skin, Pacira Biosciences fall; Veoneer, Tesla rise
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Monday:
Tesla Inc., up $6.31 to $781.53.
The electric vehicle maker’s third-quarter deliveries beat Wall Street forecasts.
Guardant Health Inc., down $1.54 to $105.97.
The provider of cancer testing services reportedly decided against pursuing a potential buyout of NeoGenomics.
General Motors Co., up 85 cents to $53.98.
Activist investor Engine No. 1 reportedly took a stake in the auto maker.
Veoneer Inc., up $1.64 to $36.19.
The automotive safety technology company is being bought by Qualcomm and SSW Partners for about $4.5 billion.
Nu Skin Enterprises Inc., down 82 cents to $40.66.
The personal care products and nutritional supplements company warned investors about weak third-quarter revenue.
JELD-WEN Holding Inc., down 95 cents to $24.90.
The maker of doors and windows trimmed its forecast for revenue growth because of supply and labor problems.
ConocoPhillips, up $1.39 to $71.49.
Rising oil prices helped energy stocks move higher.
Pacira BioSciences Inc., down $7.53 to $49.45.
eVenus Pharmaceutical Laboratory is seeking authorization to make a generic version of the drug developer’s post-surgical pain treatment Exparel.