NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of Eastman Kodak (EK) were plummeting 17.2% to $1.97 in premarket trading Monday after the imaging products and technology company said it has withdrawn $160 million under a credit agreement that it amended and restated back in April.

Investor Carl Icahn

withdrew

his slate of nominees for the board of cleaning products maker

Clorox

(CLX) - Get Report

, essentially backing off his bid to engineer a sale of the company.

In a Form 13D filing with the

Securities and Exchange Commission

, Icahn said the decision was made "after concluding that a considerable base of shareholders would not support their stated campaign at this time."

Shares were slumping 6.1% to $65.20 in premarket trading Monday.

Online movie rental company

Netflix

(NFLX) - Get Report

could

unveil

Monday a new streaming deal with

DreamWorks Animation

(DWA)

, the company behind the "Shrek" films, reports say.

Netflix shares were gaining 5% to $135.77.

Shares of

UBS

(UBS) - Get Report

were rising

3% to $11.59 after the Swiss bank appointed Sergio Ermotti as interim CEO after a $2.3 billion rogue trading loss forced the resignation of Oswald Gruebel over the weekend.

Boeing

(BA) - Get Report

announced Sunday it had made contractual

delivery

of its first 787 Dreamliner to

All Nippon Airways

(ALNPY)

of Japan.

Shares were rising 2.8% to $61.18.

Online retail giant

Amazon

(AMZN) - Get Report

will hold a press event in New York this week, and rumors are swirling that it will finally unveil its highly-anticipated tablet. Rumors have been circulating for several months that the e-commerce giant is readying itself to launch a tablet to

rival

Apple's

(AAPL) - Get Report

iPad.

Shares were adding 1.7% to $227.50.

Bahrain is hiring

Citigroup

(C) - Get Report

,

BNP Paribas

and

Standard Chartered

for the sale of roughly $1 billion worth of Islamic bonds in October, according to reports.

Citigroup shares were rising 1.7% to $25.40.

Apple has, according to

JPMorgan,

cut its fourth-quarter iPad orders at a number of supply-chain vendors by 25%, as the company seeks to manage inventory more conservatively in the face of global economic uncertainty.

Shares were down 1.1% to $399.69.

-- Written by Andrea Tse in New York.

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