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Midday Movers: AAPL, GOOG, TAP & More

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

Apple traded lower as Fidelity's Contrafund revealed that Google has replaced the iPhone maker as its largest holding. Shares of Google have outperformed Apple over the past year by about 50 percent.

Molson Coors Brewing traded higher after an upgrade from Goldman Sachs to a "buy," with a price target $63 per share. The analyst cited a recovery in North American beer volumes and an improving employment outlook for the upgrade.


Hess spiked up to its 52-week high after the energy company announced plans to sell assets in Russia.

Gamestop hit a 52-week high after at least five analysts raised price targets on the video game retailer.

Forrester Research was up sharply after announcing a plan to buy back up to $130 million worth of stock via a dutch auction.

Intel slipped after a downgrade to "market perform" from "market outperform" at JMP Securities.

And Tesla soared after the electric-car maker announced better-than-expected sales of its Model S series and revised first quarter guidance to reflect an expected profit.

—By CNBC's Lori Spechler

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