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Midday movers: Exxon Mobil, Kellogg, Sony & More

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

Adidas - The maker of sports equipment fell after cutting its revenue and profit targets for the year.

Anheuser-Busch InBev - The beer maker declined after posting better-than-expected second-quarter results.

Avon Products - The seller of beauty products rose after reporting quarterly earnings and sales that missed forecasts.

BorgWarner - The auto-parts maker declined after its full-year forecast fell short of expectations.

ConocoPhillips - The producer of oil and gas dropped after tallying second-quarter earnings just above estimates.

E.W. Scripps - The media company surged as did shares of Journal Communications after they agreed to merge their broadcast operations and spin off their print holdings.

Exxon Mobil - The oil producer fell on production concerns.

Helmerich & Payne - The contract driller fell after posting weaker-than-expected quarterly earnings.

Kellogg - The cereal maker dropped after cutting its full-year forecast.

L-3 Communications Holdings - The provider of communication and electronic systems to the military dropped after saying it fired four employees as it reviews an overstatement of net sales and cost overruns.

Lam Research - The maker of semiconductor-capital equipment rose after raising its full-year revenue outlook.

MasterCard - The processor of debit and credit card payments fell after posting a 10 percent increase rise in second-quarter profit.

McKesson -The supplier of medical supplies rose after posting better-than-expected quarterly profit and sales.

Micron Technology - Shares fell after disappointing second-quarter results from Samsung Electronics was viewed a negative for the company.

Murphy Oil - The gas-and-oil-extraction company declined after reporting a sharp drop in second-quarter earnings.

Sony - The technology company rose after reported an unexpected quarterly profit.

Synchrony Financial - General Electric's credit-card unit had a tepid debut on Wall Street.

T-Mobile - The wireless carrier rose after France's Iliad confirmed it made a buyout offer, competing with an takeover bid from Sprint.

3D Systems - The supplier of printing solutions for manufacturers fell after reporting weaker-than-expected quarterly earnings. Competitors Stratasys, Voxeljet and ExOne also fell.

Valeant Pharmaceuticals International - The company fell after cutting its full-year profit and revenue forecast to reflect the sale of its rights to several skincare products. Allergan also dropped.

(See CNBC's Market Insider Blog)

—By CNBC's Rich Fisherman.

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