American Airlines, Carnival fall; Invitae, Newmont rise

Updated 6/22/2020 3:23 PM

NEW YORK -- Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Monday:

American Airlines Group Inc., down $1.08 to $14.92.


The airline wants to sell $3 billion in stock and senior notes and is taking on a new $500 million loan.

Invitae Corp., up $8.34 to $27.05.

The genetics company is buying genomic analysis company ArcherDX in a cash and stock deal.

PG&E Corp., down 25 cents to $9.97.

The utility completed the initial stage of its exit from bankruptcy.

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., down $3.41 to $51.86.

The cruise line operator filed for the reorganization of its Pullmantur Cruceros joint venture with Cruises Investment Holding.

Tyson Foods Inc., down $1.80 to $61.42.

China suspended imports from a poultry slaughterhouse because of COVID-19 infections, according to media reports.

Carnival Corp., down 60 cents to $17.23.

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The cruise line operator extended its shutdown in North America through September.

Southern Co., up $1.06 to $54.67.

The utility named Chris Cummiskey as CEO of its Southern Power, PowerSecure and Southern Holdings businesses.

Newmont Corp., up $1.30 to $58.22.

The gold miner made gains as the precious metal's price continued to rise.

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