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Stocks to Watch: BKS, MSFT, SUN & More

Take a look at some of Monday's morning movers:

Barnes & Noble and Microsoft - Barnes & Noble announced Microsoft would invest $300 million to improve the bookstore chain's digital and college businesses.

Sunoco - Energy TransferPartners said it will acquire the oil company in a cash and stock deal worth $5.3 billionin an aim to focus on transporting more crude oil and refined products on the heels of declining natural gas prices.

NYSE Euronext - The exchange's quarterly profit tumbled by almost a third due to a slowdown in trading and costs from its failed merger with Europe's Deutsche Boerse.

Loews - The conglomerate posted better-than-expected quarterly results, thanks to an increase in investment income at its biggest holding CNA Financial .

Humana - The health insurer slumped in pre-market trading after the firm missed Wall Street's target, hurt by higher medical benefit costs.

DuPont - The chemical company's price target was raised to $27 from $24 by Jefferies.

Kraft - The food and beverage conglomerate was raised to "overweight" from "neutral" by JPMorgan Chase.

Oracle - Citigroup boosted its price target on the tech firm to $34 from $32.

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