Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
McDonald's Corp., up $2.57 to $70.58
Customers spent more money on everything from icy coffee drinks to chicken nuggets in April, boosting a key performance measure at the No. 1 burger chain.
Dean Foods Co., down $4.16 to $10.47
Price competition drove the milk and dairy products company to post a 43 percent drop in first-quarter net income.
Dynegy Inc., up 16 cents to $1.35
The electric energy company posted a surprise first-quarter profit compared with a year-ago loss.
Peabody Energy Corp., up $3.67 to $44.60
The U.S. coal giant reduced its offer for Australian miner Macarthur Coal Ltd. partly due to that government's proposed 40 percent tax on mining profits.
Moody's Corp., down $1.59 to $21.77
The ratings company is being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission for possibly misleading regulators three years ago.
Barclays PLC, up $2.98 to $19.59
Europe's nearly $1 trillion loan package to avoid the spread of Greece's debt crisis lifted banks on the prospect of more secure markets.
CPI International Inc., up $2.67 to $15.72
Comtech Telecommunications is buying the antenna and high-frequency radio device maker in a $289 million cash and stock deal.
Cisco Systems Inc., up $1.42 to $26.13
Analysts are forecasting that the network gear maker will beat Wall Street expectations on increased business orders for technology upgrades.