Early Movers: Coach, Foot Locker, General Mills & More

Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell Wednesday:

Coach - The leather-goods maker fell after Bank of America downgraded its rating to "underperform" from "neutral."

Foot Locker - The shoe retailer gained after Buckingham Research Group rated it with a "buy."

General Mills - Shares of the cereal maker declined in early New York trading after it reported a quarterly profit short of expectations.

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Hanes Brands - The underwear maker rose after saying it would purchase France's DBApparel.

ImmunoGen -The biotechnology company dropped after Morgan Stanley rates its shares as "underweight."

Monsanto - Shares of the seed producer rose after reported a drop in third-quarter profit, but it hiked its outlook for the year.

—By CNBC's Kate Gibson

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