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Midday movers: FMC, Meritor, Micros Systems & more

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Adam Jeffery | CNBC
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Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:

Central Garden & Pet - The retailer rose after the Harbinger Group offered to buy the company for $10 a share. Harbinger alternately offered to purchase just the pet side of business for $750 million in cash.

FMC - The chemical company declined after cutting its second-quarter and full-year outlook for earnings.

General Electric - The conglomerate dropped after sealing a $17 billion acquisition of Alstom's energy assets.

Integrys Energy Group - The company rallied after agreeing to be acquired by Wisconsin Energy for $5.71 billion in cash and stock.

Lululemon Athletica - The yogawear retailer surged on reports its founder was weighing options and pressing for changes.

Meritor -The transmissions company slid after Eaton bypassed a possible $2.4 billion damage claim from Meritor by agreeing to pay $500 million to avoid a jury trial that was scheduled to start Monday.

Micros Systems - The maker of software used by retailers and hotels jumped after Oracle agreed to purchase it for about $5.3 billion.

Tesla Motors - The maker of electric cars gained after Morgan Stanley analysts called the company the most important automaker in the world.

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