Netflix/eBay winners & losers updated with closing prices.

NEW YORK (

TheStreet

) -- The

Nasdaq fell

12 points or 0.45% to close at 2,731 Monday, despite a higher-than-expected rise in consumer spending data.

Netflix

(NFLX) - Get Report

jumped 3.2% to close at $237.32 after the firm announced a number of new content partnerships. The company said Monday it had reached a licensing agreement with Paramount Pictures

to expand its streaming service into Canada

. Netflix is also signing a deal with independent movie studio Miramax to stream its library of 700 titles like

Pulp Fiction

and

Good Will Hunting

, according to reports.

Nokia

(NOK) - Get Report

shares increased 4.7% to close at $8.74 after Goldman Sachs analyst Tim Boddy raised his rating on the handset maker to buy from neutral. "We believe Nokia is now in a period of maximum uncertainty, creating a long-term opportunity for value investors," he said in a research note.

Alcatel Lucent

(ALU)

soared 8.8% after it also received an upgrade from Goldman Sachs to buy from neutral.

AT&T

(T) - Get Report

rose 1.7% to close at $29.36 after Robert W. Baird raised its rating of the company to outperform. The firm is confident the

wireless carrier's $39 billion merger with T-Mobile USA

will be approved by regulators, according to an analyst note.

eBay

(EBAY) - Get Report

shares, meanwhile, dipped 4.29% to close at $30.34 after the e-commerce giant announced Monday that

it will acquire GSI Commerce (GSIC) for $2.4 billion

, or $29.25 a share. The deal, slated to close in the third quarter, represents a 51% premium over GSI's closing price on March 25.

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