United Technologies, Dealertrack, Standard Pacific and RedHill are big market movers

Industrials Associated Press

Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:

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NYSE

United Technologies Corp., down $2.99 to $114.61

The conglomerate is shedding helicopter maker Sikorsky and will focus on high-technology products for the aerospace industry.

Standard Pacific Corp., up 47 cents to $8.83

The homebuilder will merge with rival Ryland Group Inc. in an all-stock deal that would form a company worth about $5.2 billion.

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National Bank of Greece, down 13 cents to $1.15

Greece moved closer to defaulting on loans after weekend talks with creditors failed to produce a breakthrough in negotiations.

Target Corp., up 98 cents to $80.45

The retailer is selling its pharmacy and clinic business unit to drugstore chain operator CVS Health for about $1.9 billion.

Nasdaq

iDreamSky Technology Ltd., down $1.43 to $13.13

The Chinese mobile games licensing company received an offer to be taken private by its Chairman and CEO Michael Xiangyu.

Dealertrack Technologies Inc., up $23.13 to $62.98

Digital marketing company Cox Automotive is buying the maker of software used by automotive dealerships for about $4 billion.

RedHill Biopharma Ltd., up $2.61 to $19.07

The biotechnology company's treatment for H. pylori bacterial infections met its key goals in a late-stage study.

AirMedia Group Inc., down $1.29 to $5.97

The Chinese advertising-platforms company is selling a 75 percent stake in its advertising business for more than $338 million.