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Monday's Financial Winners & Losers

Western Union rises.

Morgan Stanley

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edged higher after saying it has acuired Nan Tung Bank, a Zhuhai, China, business that had been owned by a unit of the Bank of China. Morgan was up 0.2% at $73.06.

CBOT Holdings


rose after it said the Chicago Board of Trade's volume during the third quarter was 199.3 million contracts, an increase of 21% from a year ago. CBOT's shares were adding 0.4% to $121.21.

Western Union

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began trading on the

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Big Board

and rose 4.7% to $20.02. Thomas Weisel began coverage on the money-transfer company's stock with an outperform rating.

PFF Bancorp


was weaker after Friedman Billings cut its rating on the stock to market-perform from outperform. PFF's shares were losing 3.3% to $35.81.

NYSE Group


, the owner of the

New York Stock Exchange

, slipped after getting a downgrade to underperform from market-perform at Raymond James. NYSE was losing 1.4% to $73.75.