Stocks to Watch:, Boeing, Tyson Foods, United Technologies, McDonald's, DowDuPont, and More – Wall Street Journal

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Amazon is among the stocks that are expected to trade actively Monday morning.


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Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Monday’s session. Stock movements reflect premarket trading.

AMZN -2.62%

—Down 0.7%: The e-commerce giant is investigating internal leaks as it fights to root out fake reviews and other seller scams from its website, The Wall Street Journal reported.

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BA -0.92%

—Down 0.6%: Trade-sensitive manufacturers could swing on the latest trade news. The Trump administration is planning to announce new tariffs on as much as $200 billion in Chinese goods within days, while China is now considering declining the Trump administration’s offer of trade talks later this month.

Tyson Foods

TSN -0.54%

—Down 2.8%: Tyson Foods said Chief Executive Tom Hayes is leaving his role as CEO and that an executive who has run the company’s beef, pork and international group, Noel White, will take over.


DWDP 0.73%

—Down 0.6%: DowDuPont Chief Executive Edward Breenwill assume the top executive position at the specialty-products company that will be created next year as part of the conglomerate’s yearslong plan to split into three entities.


MDP 0.57%

—Up 2.1%: Nearly eight months after Meredith completed its purchase of Time, the publisher has agreed to sell Time magazine for $190 million to Marc Benioff, co-founder of, and his wife Lynne.

United Technologies

UTX 0.22%

—Up 0.7%: The conglomerate rose 4.4% last week, its largest one-week climb since November 2016. Its Friday rise came after Chief Executive Greg Hayes said that he expects to close the $23 billion acquisition of

Rockwell Collins

COL 0.04%

by the end of the month and that in the meantime United is forging ahead with plans for a possible breakup.


MCD -1.67%

—Down 0.8%: Shares of the fast-food chain dropped 1.9% last week, its worst since late June.

Hilton Worldwide Holdings

HLT -0.51%

—Unchanged: Hilton is planning to double its portfolio of all-inclusive resorts in the next seven years as the hospitality company tries to increase its presence in the Caribbean and Latin America.

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