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Stocks to Watch: Cummins, Apache and More ...

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Six in 60

Stocks rose decisively Tuesday as traders reacted to a compromise on extending the Bush-era tax cuts worked out between President Barack Obama and Congressional Republicans. The compromise, which includes an extension to unemployment benefits and a cut in payroll taxes, were expected to lift the U.S. economy.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose more than 65 points a day after the market closed mixed as the Dow slipped and technology stocks gave a boost to the Nasdaq.

So which individual stocks are worth watching today? Here are six that are on the move:

Cummins
The commercial truck manufacturer was trading at all-time highs.

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Apache
The was downgraded to sell from hold at Argus Research.

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Dollar General
The discount retailer was upgraded to buy from hold at Think Equity, and it's price target was increased to $39 from $30.

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Temple-Inland
The packaging manufacturer was downgraded to neutral from buy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

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Estee Lauder
The cosmetics company was trading at all-time highs.

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United Continental
The airline had its biggest one-day drop in three months, with shares down more than 3 percent.

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