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

Herbalife Ltd., up $2.80 to $63.30

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn, the company’s largest shareholder, says he bought more shares in the supplements and weight-loss products company.

Wells Fargo & Co., up $1.05 to $49.65

Banks rose more than the rest of the market on hopes that the Federal Reserve is moving closer to raising interest rates, which would make lending more profitable.

Caesars Entertainment Corp., down $1.18 to $6.35

A bankruptcy court ruled that lawsuits from creditors against the company can go ahead.

CF Industries Holdings Inc., up $1 to $24.98

Barron’s said the giant fertilizer company, which has been beaten down over the past year amid a fertilizer glut, could move higher.

USG Corp., up $1.88 to $29.94

The company, which makes building materials, is selling its building product distribution business, L&W Supply Corp., to ABC Supply for $670 million.

Core-Mark Holding Co., down $6.39 to $38.72

The distributor of consumer goods said its supply agreement with Circle K Stores Inc. for the southeastern U.S. will expire in January, reducing the number of Circle K stores it serves by 36 percent.

Inovio Pharmaceuticals Inc., up 41 cents to $9.27

The company said it has launched a clinical study of a vaccine for the Zika virus in Puerto Rico.

ResMed Inc., down $1.13 to $67.90

A study published Sunday found that for people who already have cardiovascular disease and sleep apnea, CPAP machines don’t seem to be effective at preventing heart attacks and strokes.

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