Carter’s, Exxon Mobil fall; Newmont, Gilead rise

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

NGM Biopharmaceuticals Inc., up $2.68 to $18.87.

The biotechnology company reported good results from a study of a potential liver disease treatment.

United Therapeutics Corp., up $8.39 to $115.35.

The biotechnology company reported solid results from a hypertension drug study.

Carter’s Inc., down $14.09 to $96.64.

The children’s clothing company’s fourth-quarter profit fell short of Wall Street forecasts.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd., down $4.39 to $42.58.

Cruise operators are under pressure as the coronavirus hurts companies that depend on travel and leisure.

CenterPoint Energy Inc., down 5 cents to $25.22.

The utility operator is selling its natural gas retail business to Energy Capital Partners.

Newmont Corp., up 82 cents to $50.26.

The gold producer rose as investors searched for safe havens and drove up gold prices.

Exxon Mobil Corp., down $2.77 to $56.36.

Energy companies and oil prices slipped as the spreading coronavirus threatened global economic growth.

Gilead Sciences Inc., up $3.20 to $72.90.

The biotechnology company has been testing one of its drugs as a potential treatment for the coronavirus.

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