Royal Caribbean, Hasbro, Halliburton, Groupon and Faro Technologies are big market movers

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


Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., down $6.32 to $72.71

The cruise operator cut its outlook and issued weaker-than-expected guidance, citing higher fuel prices and a strong dollar.

Halliburton Co., up 96 cents to $47.85

The oilfield services provider reported a first-quarter loss due to slumping energy prices, but the results still topped expectations.

Raytheon Co., down 23 cents to $107.49

The defense contractor will buy cybersecurity company Websense Inc. from equity firm Vista Equity Partners for about $1.9 billion.

Morgan Stanley, up 21 cents to $36.96

The financial firm reported a surge in first-quarter profit on stock and bond trading revenue, topping Wall Street expectations.


Hasbro Inc., up $8.27 to $74.16

The toy company reported better-than-expected first-quarter results on strength from its boys category and franchises.

Groupon Inc., up 5 cents to $7.25

The online daily deal service is selling its controlling stake in ticket seller Ticket Monster to a partnership for $360 million.

Faro Technologies Inc., down $16.12 to $46.11

The maker of 3D measurement technology expects to report a decline in first-quarter sales, disappointing Wall Street.

Caesars Entertainment Corp., down $2.05 to $10

The casino and resort operator wants more time to file its reorganization plan to get out from under about $18 billion in debt.