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Midday movers: Ann, Carnival, Mylan & More

A live market monitor is viewed on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
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A live market monitor is viewed on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).

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

Ann - The maker of women's apparel declined after forecasting second-quarter sales would come in below estimates.

Babcock & Wilcox - The maker of nuclear components fell after reporting a 23 percent drop in second-quarter revenue and cutting its full-year profit forecast.

Barnes & Noble - The book seller rose after saying it was teaming up with Google to take on Amazon.com in the speedy delivery of books.

Brinker International - The restaurant operator posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter revenue.

Carnival - The cruise-line operator jumped after BofA/Merrill Lynch upgraded it to buy from neutral.

Costco Wholesale - The wholesale-club operator dropped after saying stores open at least a year climbed 5 percent in June, less than estimates.

CVS Caremark - The drugstore chain dropped after offering to repurchase as much as $1.5 million of debt.

Deutsche Bank - The bank edged lower on a Dow Jones report that U.S. regulators had cited risk-control deficiencies at the bank.

Goodrich Petroleum - The oil-and-gas producer said its well in the Tuscaloosa Marine shale field in Louisiana achieved a peak production rate of 900 barrels of oil a day.

Harman International Industries - The maker of audio systems fell after projecting revenue for the year ending June 2016 that was in-line with estimates.

iDreamSKY Technology - The Chinese mobile-gaming company surged in its market debut.

Mylan - The supplier of generic drugs fell after narrowing its full-year revenue and earnings forecast.

Orbitz Worldwide - The online travel operator lost ground after posting weaker-than-expected second-quarter earnings.

Stratasys - The maker of 3D printers surged after reporting better-than-expected quarterly results.

SunEdison - The solar company rose after reporting an unexpected quarterly profit.

Thoratec - The heart-device maker dropped after cutting its full-year profit forecast.

(See CNBC's Market Insider Blog)

—By CNBC's Rich Fisherman.

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