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NEW YORK — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Monday:

Extended Stay America Inc., up $2.27 to $19.21.

Blackstone Real Estate Partners and Starwood Capital Group are buying the hotel operator for $6 billion.

GenMark Diagnostics Inc., up $5.48 to $23.98.

NXP Semiconductors N.V., up $16.44 to $199.91.

The chipmaker will replace Flowserve in the S&P 500 index on March 22.

Eli Lilly and Co., down $18.92 to $189.16.

Investors were disappointed by results from the drug developer’s study on a potential Alzheimer’s disease therapy.

United States Steel Corp., down $1.03 to $23.14.

The steelmaker gave investors a disappointing first-quarter profit forecast.

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., down $1.59 to $230.28.

Chinese regulators want the e-commerce company to divest its media assets, according to media reports.

Exxon Mobil Corp., down $1.58 to $60.39.

Oil prices edged lower and weighed down energy company stocks.

AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc., up $2.88 to $14.04.

The movie theatre chain is reopening two of its flagship theatres in Los Angeles. China re-released Avatar in theaters and its #1. IMAGINE the constant news flow when BIG Movies do MEGA numbers. 

AMC stock will FLY each time “Fast & Furious 9 does $1.5 billion opening weekend becoming No. 1 Box Office Opener Dethroning 2019’s Avengers: Endgame” HOLD!

Amazon bought Whole Foods to learn about the grocery business to convert grocery consumers to online. Amazon will buy AMC to learn about the entertainment business to maximize returns on original content. Has any streaming maximized their original content?