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Midday movers: Apple, BP, Netflix & More

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

Amazon.com - The online retailer fell for a second session following its earnings report late Thursday.

Apple - The consumer technology company continued its strong run after its earnings report last week, hitting levels it hasn't seen since December 2012.

Bank of America - Shares of the bank dropped after it said would suspend a planned hike in its quarterly dividend and its latest stock buyback program due to a miscalculation of a measure of the capital on its books.

BP - The oil company slid after the oil producer said it intends to remain a long-term investor in Russia's Rosneft even as the Russian oil giant's chief executive was singled out for Western sanctions.

International Business Machines - The technology company rose after it said it would launch its own cloud computing services.

Marriott International - The hotel chain declined after SunTrust Robinson Humphrey downgraded the stock to neutral from buy.

Netflix - The provider of online entertainment continued to move lower along with other momentum shares including Priceline.com , Tesla Motors , Google and Facebook.

Newmont Mining - The gold producer fell after the termination of merger talks with Barrick Gold.

NorthStar Realty Finance - The Real Estate Investment Trust, or REIT, gained after Reuters and others reported American Realty Capital Properties was in talks to buy NorthStar Realty Finance.

Panera Bread - The operator of bakery-cafes outlets fell after Longbow Research downgraded the stock to underperform from neutral.

Pepco Holdings - The electricity supplier rose after Bloomberg said SparkSpread had reported Pepco had hired advisers for a strategic review.

Pozen - The pharmaceutical comapny fell after regulators denied approval for its experimental pain medication.

Roper Industries - The supplier of medical and scientific imaging products gained first-quarter profits that beat street expectations.

Scorpio Tankers - The fuel transport company rose after reporting first-quarter revenue that beat expectations.

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—By CNBC's Rich Fisherman.Questions? Comments? Email us at marketinsider@cnbc.com

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