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

General Electric Co., up $1 to $28.94

The industrial conglomerate said CEO Jeffrey Immelt will step down in August after 16 years.

Apple Inc., down $3.56 to $145.42

Technology companies, particularly big names, took further losses following Friday’s drop.

ConocoPhillips, up 90 cents to $45.72

Energy companies rose with the price of oil Monday.

AT&T Inc., up 28 cents to $39.07

Phone companies and other sectors that have underperformed the market climbed on Monday.

PG&E Corp., down $1.08 to $67.33

Companies that have done well this year, including utilities, slumped as investors looked for the next strong performers.

Ascena Retail Group Inc., up 19 cents to $2.39

Smaller-company stocks did better than the remainder of the market Monday.

Coherus BioSciences Inc., down $4.92 to $15.73

The Food and Drug Administration wants more data on the company’s version of Amgen’s anemia drug Neulasta.

Golden Entertainment Inc., up $3.07 to $20

The gaming services company said it will buy American Casino and Entertainment Properties for $850 Million.

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