Historical Stock Chart
From Jun 2019 to Jun 2020
By James Willhite and Patrick Thomas
Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Monday's session. Stock movements noted by ticker reflect movements during regular trading hours; premarket trading is specified separately.
ConocoPhillips -- Down 0.9% premarket: The energy company has agreed to sell its operations in northern Australia to Santos for $1.39 billion.
Deere -- Down 0.3% premarket: The manufacturer of farm equipment is spending billions of dollars annually to buy its own equipment for a leasing program, which lifts sales but adds financial complexity and weighs on the used-equipment market, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.
General Motors -- Down 0.1% premarket: United Auto Workers is increasing its weekly payout to GM workers on strike, a sign the union is preparing to extend a nearly monthlong walkout that has halted work at the company's U.S. factories.
Boeing -- Down 0.3% premarket: The aerospace firm Friday stripped Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg of his dual role as chairman, in an unexpected shake-up amid the prolonged crisis of its 737 MAX plane.
Sempra -- Flat premarket: The energy company said it agreed to sell its Chilean businesses for $2.23 billion in cash.
Aecom -- Up 8% premarket: The infrastructure company said Monday that it agreed to sell its management-services business for $2.41 billion to affiliates of the private-equity firms American Securities LLC and Lindsay Goldberg.
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(END) Dow Jones Newswires
October 14, 2019 08:53 ET (12:53 GMT)
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