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NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
Whirlpool Corp., down $9.13 to $131.29
Cleveland Research said that appliance demand began to dip in the last month, dragging on the manufacturer.
DR Horton Inc., down 40 cents to $18.25
On top of loan delays from the government shutdown, the Wall Street Journal reports homebuilders are boosting incentives.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc., up 14 cents to $3.97
Wedbush sees a strong finish to the year and upgrades shares of the chipmaker due in part to new gaming consoles.
St. Jude Medical Inc., up 87 cents to $56.03
The medical device maker gets European approval to sell the first pacemaker not connected by wires to the heart.
Netflix Inc., up $23.51 to $324.36
The Wall Street Journal reports that the online movie company is in talks with cable operators to expand services.
Benefitfocus Inc., up $6.46 to $48.32
Wall Street is taking note of the human resources software provider during a time of big changes in the health care sector.
Coronado Biosciences Inc., down $3.86 to $1.91
The drugmaker's experimental Crohn's disease treatment using eggs from a parasitic worm failed in a midstage clinical trial.
Expedia Inc., down $3.22 to $48.51
Deutsche Bank strips the online travel company of its "buy" rating, seeing the potential for higher costs and lower guidance.
Micron Technology Inc., up 23 cents to $17.07
The chipmaker was punished for its last earnings report, though Wall Street is starting to sense that it's oversold.
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