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  • *Jarden shares trade well below $60/ share offer. Dec 14- Newell Rubbermaid Inc, known for its food containers, agreed to buy Sunbeam and Coleman products maker Jarden Corp for more than $15 billion in a deal that will give it more leverage with retailers such as Wal-Mart Stores Inc.. Reuters reported in October that Wal-Mart, which provides nearly 13 percent of...

  • Newell Rubbermaid, the maker of Sharpie markers and Parker pens, said it would buy Jarden for $13.22 billion.

  • *DuPont, Dow Chemical fall after deal to merge. *Trina Solar surges after go-private proposal. *Apple, GoPro fall after price target cuts.

  • Employees assemble food containers on a production line at the Newell Rubbermaid factory in Mogadore, Ohio.

    The merger between Newell Rubbermaid and Jarden — which could lead to a $16 billion consumer goods company — is good, says Jim Cramer.

  • *Dupont, Dow Chemical fall after deal to merge. *Trina Solar surges after go-private proposal. The S&P energy sector was down 0.95 percent on Monday, with crude staying firmly below $40 a barrel, amid mounting fears of a worsening supply glut as OPEC and non- OPEC producers war over prices.

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    Jon Najarian, who nailed the Jarden-Newell Rubbermaid buyout, bought shares of these stocks after spotting unusual activity in the options market.

  • *Dupont, Dow Chemical fall after deal to merge. *Trina Solar surges after go-private proposal. "Stocks are relatively quiet this morning, which is somewhat normal, after last week's shellacking," said Adam Sarhan, chief executive of Sarhan Capital in New York.

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  • Stock futures turned negative this morning after being up strongly, as crude falls sharply to under $34 a barrel.

  • *China's economic data over the weekend showed factory output in November grew to a five-month high, suggesting stimulus measures from Beijing may have put a floor under a fragile economy. *Dupont shares were down 1.2 percent at $69.60 in premarket trading after the company agreed on Friday to merge with Dow Chemical in a $130 billion deal.

  • Dec 14- Newell Rubbermaid Inc, the maker of Sharpie markers and Parker pens, said it would buy Jarden Corp, which makes Sunbeam kitchen appliances and Coleman outdoor gear, for $13.22 billion. Jarden shareholders will receive $21 in cash and 0.862 Newell shares for each share held, the companies said on Monday. This implies an offer of $60 per share, a 14 percent...

  • Dec 14- Newell Rubbermaid Inc, the maker of Sharpie markers and Parker pens, said it would buy Jarden Corp, which makes Sunbeam kitchen appliances and Coleman outdoor gear, to create a consumer products company with revenue of $16 billion.

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  • U.S. stock futures were sharply lower this morning, after Monday's nearly 6 percent drop in crude sparked broad selling in oil shares and sent the Dow negative for the year.

  • Jarden Corporation's Coleman brand

    Newell Rubbermaid, known for its Sharpie markers and Parker pens, is in talks to combine with consumer products company Jarden.

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  • Employees assemble food containers on a production line at the Newell Rubbermaid factory in Mogadore, Ohio.

    Jim Cramer speaks to the CEO of Newell Rubbermaid to find out the secret to its success in the past few years.

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    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.