May 9, 2016 / 2:40 PM / 2 years ago

BUZZ-U.S. STOCKS ON THE MOVE-Lending Club, Krispy Kreme, Baidu, MGT Capital

(For faster updates on individual market-movers, Eikon users please use search string "STXBZ US"; for the Day Ahead newsletter,; for the Morning News Call newsletter, Wall Street was little changed on Monday after Friday's lackluster U.S. jobs report suggested the Federal Reserve will raise rates just once this year, while cautious investors allowed for only a short-lived rally in oil prices.

The Dow Jones industrial average was down 0.14 percent at 17,715.33, the S&P 500 was up 0.01 percent at 2,057.35 and the Nasdaq Composite was up 0.20 percent at 4,745.519.

** LENDING CLUB CORP, $5.27, -25.77 pct

The online lending platform said CEO Renaud Laplanche had resigned after an internal probe found that $22 million of near-prime loans were sold to an investor on terms that didn’t comply with the investor’s instructions.

BREAKINGVIEWS-Lending Club shows limits of fintech disruption


The Canadian drugmaker said on Monday it expected to file its first-quarter report with U.S. and Canadian regulators on or before June 10, ahead of a July 31 deadline, and reiterated its first-quarter forecasts.

** KRISPY KREME DOUGHNUTS INC, $20.96, +24.32 pct

The doughnut chain operator will be taken private by JAB Holding Co for about $1.35 billion, the second buyout of a U.S. food company by the German investment firm in just over two months.

** BAIDU INC, $168.25, -3.27 pct

The death of a student following experimental cancer treatment he found through China’s biggest search engine has exposed the faultlines in the company’s business model, which relies heavily on income from the country’s lightly regulated health sector.

** MGT CAPITAL INVESTMENTS INC, $0.483, +35.10 pct

The investor in fantasy sports and mobile games said anti-virus software pioneer John McAfee would be its new CEO and that it would buy certain assets of McAfee’s anti-spy software company D-Vasive Inc.

** ARIAD PHARMACEUTICALS INC, $7.09, +1.58 pct

** INCYTE CORO, $71.17, +0.68 pct

Cancer drug maker Ariad Pharma said it is selling its European operations to drugmaker Incyte for $140 million upfront and milestone payments.

** TOWER SEMICONDUCTOR LTD, $12.195, +3.70 pct

The Israeli chipmaker swung to a profit in the first quarter, boosted by the acquisition of a U.S. plant, and said it expects revenue to jump in the next quarter as well.

** STRATASYS, $21.6, +2.56 pct

The 3D printer maker’s first-quarter revenue and adjusted EPS beat estimates, helped by cost control and the midpoint of its 2016 revenue forecast was slightly above expectations, while adjusted EPS forecast was inline.

** TYSON FOODS INC, $68.71, +2.17 pct

The biggest U.S. meat processor reported a 39 percent rise in quarterly profit as the company benefited from lower feed and livestock costs.

** UNILIFE CORP, $0.3618, -28.71 pct

The medical device maker said it found violations of company policies and procedures and possible violations of law and regulation by former CEO and former chairman of the board who resigned in 2015.


Israel-based Teva reported a smaller than expected decline in first-quarter profit as sales of generic drugs fell 17 percent while revenue from its top drug Copaxone rose.

** COLONY CAPITAL INC, $18.86, +5.90 pct


The private equity firm Colony Capital is in talks to buy commercial real estate manager NorthStar Asset Management, the companies said.

** HCP INC, $36.16, +4.66 pct

The real estate investment trust (REIT) focused on healthcare, said it would spin off its skilled nursing and assisted living properties into a publicly-traded REIT.

** FREEPORT-MCMORAN INC, $10.69, -9.33 pct

The U.S. miner said on Monday it would sell its 70 percent stake in a unit controlling the Tenke copper project in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to China Molybdenum Co Ltd (CMOC) for $2.65 billion.

** ANGLOGOLD ASHANTI LTD, $14.47, -11.61 pct

** NEWMONT MINING CORP, $14.47, -11.61 pct


** FIRST MAJESTIC SILVER CORP, $9.44, -8.88 pct

Gold fell more than 1 percent and silver was down 2.2 percent as the strengthening dollar and a sharper appetite for assets seen as higher risk sparked selling across commodities. (Compiled by Arunima Banerjee in Bengaluru; Editing by Savio D’Souza)

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