202.5

Sears Holdings, DSW fall; Esterline, Imperva rise

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday:

Sears Holdings Corp., down 10 cents to 49 cents

The Wall Street Journal reported that the struggling retailer was preparing a bankruptcy filing.

Esterline Technologies Corp., up $26.62 to $115.41

The defense and aerospace parts supplier company agreed to be acquired by TransDigm Group Inc.

Campbell Soup Co., up 20 cents to $37.72

Investor Third Point increased its stake in the company to 7 percent.

Imperva Inc., up $12.05 to $55.11

The cybersecurity company agreed to be acquired by private equity firm Thoma Bravo for $55.75 per share in cash.

Advanced Micro Devices Inc., down $2.24 to $25

Technology stocks, one of the leading sectors over the past year, fell more than the rest of the market.

DSW Inc., down $4.17 to $28.51

The company agreed, along with Authentic Brands, to acquire the Camuto Group, owner of shoe licenses of Jessica Simpson.

Aetna Inc., down 31 cents to $203.41

The Department of Justice cleared CVS Health Corp.’s acquisition of the company.

Church & Dwight Co., Inc., down $3.46 to $55.96

An analyst at Deutsche Bank downgraded the stock. Church & Dwight’s brands include Arm & Hammer.

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