Deutsche Bank, Diana Shipping, Bio-Reference, Capricor and Syngenta are big market movers

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:


Deutsche Bank AG, up $1.52 to $32.15

The bank’s co-CEOs, Anshu Jain and Juergen Fitschen, will step down early and will be replaced by British banker John Cryan.

Diana Shipping Inc., up 40 cents to $6.86

The shipping company entered into a time-charter contract with China Shipping Bulk Carrier Co. for a Panamax dry bulk vessel.

Syngenta AG , down $1.52 to $86.81

The agriculture products company rejected a second buyout offer from competitor Monsanto Co., again saying it is too low.


Bio-Reference Laboratories Inc., up $2.31 to $41.93

The clinical laboratory testing company is being bought by competitor Opko Health Inc.

Ballard Power Systems Inc., up 24 cents to $2.34

The fuel cells developer signed a $10 million deal to provide fuel power cells for 33 clean-energy buses in two Chinese cities.

Sears Holdings Corp., down $1.73 to $39.01

The department store operator’s first-quarter loss narrowed but sales continue to slump as it prepares the rollout of its real-estate investment trust.

Capricor Therapeutics Inc., down 29 cents to $5.70

The biotechnology company received FDA clearance to proceed with development of a potential muscular dystrophy treatment.

INSYS Therapeutics Inc., down 47 cents to $32.61

The pharmaceutical company completed its two-for-one stock split, giving shareholders an additional share for each one held.