Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially Monday: Nikola, Illumina fall; Cubic, Rent-A-Center rise
NEW YORK — JPMorgan Chase & Co., down $3.04 to $95.31.
The bank allegedly continued profiting from illicit dealings with criminal networks despite previous fines, according to a report.
Allstate Corp., up 75 cents to $92.03.
The insurance company announced an accelerated $750 million stock buyback agreement.
Nikola Corp., down $6.61 to $27.58.
The electric truck maker’s founder, Trevor Milton, stepped down as executive chairman of the board of directors.
Cubic Corp., up $15.19 to $59.56.
Elliott Management acquired a 15% stake in the defense and public transportation technology company.
Oracle Corp., up $1.07 to $60.82.
President Donald Trump gave his “blessing” to the software company’s deal with video-sharing app TikTok.
Illumina Inc., down $25.37 to $270.13.
The genetic testing tools company is buying Grail Inc. for $8 billion in a cash-and-stock deal.
Roku Inc., up $28.35 to $188.82.
The streaming television service agreed to a deal with Comcast for access to its Peacock app and other channels, according to media reports.
Rent-A-Center Inc., up 77 cents to $29.13.
The furniture and appliance rental company raised its profit and revenue forecasts for the year.