NEW YORK — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
Tata Motors Ltd., down $1.72 to $23.40
Workers delivering auto parts to Tata-owned Jaguar Land Rover factories in the UK are expected to unveil a walkout plan.
Apache Corp., down $3.62 to $75.37
The oil and natural gas producer was downgraded to "neutral" from "buy" by Stifel Nicolaus, which notes that Egypt accounts for 19 percent of company production.
Dollar General Corp., up $1.62 to $54.09
The discount retailer was upgraded by J.P. Morgan & Chase, which sees earnings growth in the mid-teens.
Trulia Inc., down $2.44 to $43.66
RBC Capital Markets delivers a downgrade on the real estate website operator's stock, citing strong competition from Zillow.
Intel Corp., up 37 cents to $22.28
Piper Jaffray says that the "chip industry is now solidly in the post-PC era, but PCs are not going away anytime soon."
GTX Inc., down $2.72 to $1.43
The drug developer said its treatment for muscle wasting in lung cancer patients fell short of some goals in late-stage testing.
Edwards Group Ltd., up $1.55 to $10
Atlas Copco snaps up the vacuum product maker for $1.18 billion in cash.
Supernus Pharmaceuticals Inc., up 26 cents to $6.90
The company announces final FDA approval and upcoming launch of Trokendi, a treatment for epilepsy.