Yandex, Ford, Dendreon, and Perion are big market movers

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:


Ford Motor Co., down 19 cents to $15.20

The automaker’s sales in February slumped by 6 per cent as winter storms chilled consumers’ desire to shop for new cars.

Tyco International Ltd., up 84 cents to $43.02

The fire protection and security company is selling its South Korean security business to The Carlyle Group for $1.93 billion.

Darden Restaurants Inc., down $2.73 to $48.33

The owner of Red Lobster and Olive Garden restaurants warned that weather and legal fees will trim earnings in its fiscal third quarter.

PNC Financial Services Group Inc., down 80 cents to $80.98

The Pittsburgh bank said it has received federal subpoenas over business practices related to federally backed mortgages loans.


Yandex N.V., down $5.27 to $32.23

Russia’s biggest search engine took a big hit, like other publicly traded Russian companies, as the nation’s troops entered Ukraine.

Dendreon Corp., up 43 cents to $3.31

The biotechnology company will begin selling its prostate cancer treatment Provenge in Europe, starting in Germany and the U.K.

Perion Network Ltd., up $1.21 to $13.14

Fourth-quarter revenue jumped more than 70 per cent at the Israeli Internet company and adjusted net income doubled.