Midday Movers: H, AMT, ICE & More

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

Hyatt traded lower after the hotel chain posted better-than-expected quarterly earnings and an increase in revenue per available room (REVPAR) of 2.4 percent.

American Tower dropped 3.3 percent shortly after the open before recovering almost all of its losses. American Tower posted first-quarter earnings, with revenue growth hurt by higher expenses and debt-related costs.

Intercontinental Exchange shares were higher despite reporting first-quarter earnings that fell 8.4 percent on higher costs associated with NYSE Euronext acquisition and a decline in trading fees.

Allergan fell after the company said its vision-loss drug DARPin faces approval delay of one to two years. Meanwhile, news of the delay boosted shares of its competitor, Regeneron.

Humana surged after the health insurance company posted better-than-expected first-quarter earnings.

Estee Lauder, Altria and CVS Caremark were among companies that hit fresh highs.

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