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Midday movers: Blackberry, Ford Motor, Shire & More

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

Amazon.com - The internet retailer fell along with other momentum names, including Netflix, Priceline Group and Tesla Motors.

American Electric Power - The utility gained along with others in its sector, including Duke Energy, Edison International, FirstEnergy and Southern Company.

Anacor Pharmaceuticals - The drug developer dropped after regulators approved its drug for nail infections.

Blackberry - The maker of wireless phones declined as investors took profits, with the stock still up more than 40 percent over the past month.

Delta Air Lines - The carrier and competitors including American Airlines Group, United Continental Holdings, JetBlue Airways and Southwest Airlines fell after Air-France-KLM issued a full-year profit warning.

Facebook - The social-media company and others in the space dropped, with LinkedIn, Twitter, Yelp and Zynga weighing on the Nasdaq.

First Solar - The solar company, another momentum play, also took a hit, along with competitors SunEdison and SunPower.

Ford Motor - The company dropped after saying it would recall 100,566 vehicles in North America for safety defects.

Goldman Sachs Group - The brokerage lost ground after KBW cut its second-quarter and 2014 earnings estimates.

Morgan Stanley - The banking company declined after KBW reduced its 2014 earnings estimate by a penny.

Pandora Media - The provider of online music fell on concerns about increasing competition.

Shire - The Irish drug maker declined as AbbVie sweetened its offer by 11 percent to about $51.3 billion.

Correction: This story story the nationality of Shire, the Irish drug maker

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