Stocks ended lower Monday as Wall Street turned its attention to a busy week of earnings reports.
Here are some of the big movers in the stock market on Monday:
1. Harley-Davidson | Increase 9.7%
Revenue rose 10% to $1.42 billion, beating analysts' estimates of $1.25 billion.
2. Knoll | Increase 35%
Under the terms, Herman Miller will pay $11 cash and 0.32 share for each Knoll share.
3. Clean Energy Fuels | Increase 6.3%
Clean Energy issued to Amazon warrants to buy up to 53.14 million common shares, with the first tranche of 13.28 million warrant shares vested in connection with the fuel-supply agreement.
4. Manchester United | Increase 6.7%
Shares of famed soccer team Manchester United (MANU) - Get Report climbed after J.P. Morgan Chase (JPM) - Get Report agreed to underwrite an initial €3.5 billion investment to help a group of the world’s biggest soccer clubs set up a Super League.
Twelve clubs, including Manchester United, agreed Sunday to form a breakaway league.
5. Marlin Business Services | 51%
Marlin Business Services (MRLN) - Get Report skyrocketed after the financial services company said it had agreed to be acquired by HPS Investment Partners for $23.50 a share cash, which represents a 65% premium over the closing price of Marlin on Friday of $14.24.