NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes on Monday:
Stellantis N.V., down 31 cents to $18.94.
The United Auto Workers reportedly rejected the automaker's latest wage proposal.
Nikola Corp., up 40 cents to $1.59.
The electric truck maker named Mary Chan as its new chief operating officer.
Clorox Co., down $3.50 to $142.70.
The bleach maker said a cyberattack in August will impact its fiscal first-quarter financial results.
Tesla Inc., down $9.11 to $265.28.
The electric vehicle maker is reportedly considering building a factory in Saudi Arabia.
Valero Energy Corp., up $2.60 to $146.28.
Energy stocks mostly gained ground as oil prices edged higher.
Freeport-McMoRan Inc., down 18 cents to $40.19.
The copper miner slipped along with prices for the base metal.
Chevron Corp., up 72 cents to $167.22.
A liquefied natural gas plant in Australia owned by the energy company resumed full production after a fault cut output.
Ennis Inc., up 51 cents to $21.51.
The wholesale printing company announced a quarterly dividend of 25 cents per share.
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