Midday movers: Hertz, Ocwen, Coca-Cola & more

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Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers:

Hertz Global Holdings - The car-rental company rose after saying it would increase prices Jan. 1.

Ocwen Financial - The provider of mortgage loans fell for a second session after Sterne Agee cut its price target to $14 from $23 and Oppenheimer said it was concerned about the company's earnings visibility.

Coca-Cola - The beverage maker gained after the Wall Street Journal cited sources as saying the company could cut up to 2,000 jobs globally.

GoPro - The maker of wearable cameras gained after Wedbush said it expects the company to top the high end of its revenue guidance for the fourth quarter.

Barnes & Noble - The book retailer rose after saying it had repurchased full ownership of its its Nook e-reader business, which it plans to spin off into a separate company.

Family Dollar Stores - The discount retailer edged higher after it adjourned a special shareholder meeting with insufficient votes to approve the proposed $8.5 billion buyout offer from Dollar Tree.

Achillion Pharmaceuticals - Shares of the company fell after Robert Baird downgraded the stock to neutral from outperform.

Church & Dwight - The maker of household products rose after BMO Capital upgraded the stock to outperform from market perform.

Radian Group - The mortgage insurer rose after saying it would sell its bond guaranty business to Assured Guaranty for $810 million.

Sierra Wireless - The wireless-equipment maker gained after Canaccord Genuity raised its price target to $53 from $36.

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