Paper and packaging products company
(BZ) was also popping on the news, jumping 9.8% to $8.20, while materials company
(LPX - Get Report) was spiking by 3.7% to $7.79.
NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Packaging company Temple-Inland (TIN) was surging 44.5% to $30.35 in premarket trading Tuesday after becoming the target of an aggressive, $3 billion hostile bid from International Paper (IP - Get Report). International Paper shares were up 3.9% to $30.80.
Pep Boys (PBY - Get Report) was dropping 12.5% to $11.81 after the autoparts retailer and services provider missed Wall Street's consensus estimate for its first-quarter results.
ING Group (ING - Get Report) was rising 2.8% to $11.96 as Bloomberg reported that General Electric (GE) and Capital One Financial (COF) submitted offers for ING's U.S. online bank last week in a sale that may generate proceeds of about $9 billion.
Ford's ( F) CEO Alan Mulally is expected to reveal on Tuesday an aggressive plan to boost the automaker's global sales to 8 million vehicles a year from 5.3 million by the middle of the decade. Shares were rising 1.6% to $14.13.
HSBC (HBC) has agreed to pay $62.5 million to a group of investors in a legal settlement over investments lost in connection to the Bernard Madoff fraud case. Shares were up 0.5% to $51.21.
The auction of diagnostics products company Gen-Probe ( GPRO) drew to a close Monday with most bidders dropping out, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Red Bank, N.J.-based home builder Hovnanian Enterprises ( HOV) reports its fiscal second-quarter results after Tuesday's closing bell. The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson Reuters is for a loss of 51 cents a share in the April-ended period on revenue of $263 million. >>Search for Highest Dividends by Rate or Yield
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