Chevron, Medicines, Amicus, Arch Coal and Netflix are big market movers

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


Chevron Corp., up 56 cents to $80.99

Oil stocks tracked the price of crude, which shook off early losses and rallied on a report of a June drop in U.S. production.

ArcelorMittal SA, down 17 cents to $7.88

Labor contracts are set to expire Tuesday for 30,000 American steelworkers.

Arch Coal Inc., up $1.10 to $9.31

The coal mining company is extending its private debt exchange offer, which had been set to expire Friday, to September 23.

Blyth Inc., up $3.05 to $5.97

The direct-to-consumer products and marketing company is being sold to asset manager The Carlyle Group for $98 million.

MagnaChip Semiconductor Corp., up 81 cents to $8.55

Hedge fund Pleasant Lake Partners is offering to buy the semiconductor company for a 30 percent premium, or about $345.7 million.


The Medicines Co., up $7.36 to $41

The drugmaker and its partner Alnylam Pharmaceuticals Inc. reported upbeat results from an early stage cholesterol drug study.

Amicus Therapeutics Inc., down 49 cents to $14.38

The biotechnology company is buying Scioderm for $299 million and will gain a potential treatment for a genetic skin disorder.

Netflix Inc., down $2.60 to $115.03

The Internet television company lost cable network Epic as that company signed a multiyear subscription deal with rival Hulu.