TuSimple, Howmet fall; XPO Logistics, Wynn Resorts rise
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Monday:
Verisk Analytics Inc., up $1.71 to $182.83.
The insurance data provider is selling its energy business to Veritas for $3.1 billion.
Credit Suisse Group AG, up 19 cents to $4.12.
The investment bank gave investors details about its plan to raise roughly $4 billion.
XPO Logistics Inc., up $1.07 to $51.74.
The freight transportation company reported strong third-quarter earnings.
TuSimple Holdings Inc., down $2.88 to $3.43
The self-driving truck developer fired its CEO and is reportedly facing a federal investigation over Chinese technology transfers.
Howmet Aerospace Inc., down 62 cents to $35.55.
The Pittsburgh-based maker of jet engine components trimmed its financial forecasts for the year.
Amicus Therapeutics Inc., down 75 cents to $10.
U.S. regulators extended their review of the biotechnology company’s component for a rare disease treatment.
Wynn Resorts Ltd., up $5.60 to $63.90.
Tilman Fertitta, owner of casinos and the Houston Rockets basketball team, disclosed a 6% stake in the casino operator.
Align Technology Inc., up $5.68 to $194.30.
The maker of Invisalign dental appliances announced a $200 million stock buyback plan.