Take a look at some of Wednesday's morning movers:
Lennar - The homebuilder earned $0.21 per share for its latest quarter, excluding certain items, four cents above estimates. Revenue was also above analyst forecasts, as deliveries rose 20 percent over a year ago and new orders jumped 40 percent.
General Mills - The food maker earned $0.60 per share, excluding certain items, for its fiscal fourth quarter. That was one cent above estimates, with the company's Yoplait acquisition helping its bottom line.
McCormick - The spice maker matched estimates with quarterly profit of $0.60 per share, with revenues coming in above forecasts. Price increases helped offset the impact of increased materials costs.
Monsanto - The company earned $1.63 per share, excluding certain items, for its third quarter, three cents above estimates, with revenues also above consensus. Its full-year view of $3.65 to $3.70 compares to analyst estimates of $3.70.
Facebook - Many of Wall Street's biggest investment firms have weighed in with ratings on Facebook's stock this morning. Among them: "overweight" ratings from Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo, Piper Jaffray, and JPMorgan Chase; "neutral" ratings from Citi, Credit Suisse, and Bank of America/Merrill Lynch; a "buy" from Goldman Sachs; and an "outperform" from Oppenheimer.
Apple - Apple has
Google - The company will reportedly unveil a tablet that will be co-branded with Taiwan’s , according to an Asustek executive quoted by Reuters. The new device will be priced to compete with Amazon.com’s Kindle Fire.
Boeing - The jet maker has appointed company executive Ray Conner to head Boeing’s commercial airplanes division, effective Oct. 1, when Jim Albaugh retires after 37 years with Boeing.
Bristol-Myers Squibb - The drugmaker has announced an additional $3 billion stock buyback program, adding to a prior $3 billion program that has about $340 million remaining.
Yahoo - Yahoo has announced a global content distribution deal with on-demand music provider Spotify. Yahoo will offer Spotify on its Media Network service.
Discover Financial - Discover has increased its estimate of possible losses, stemming from a regulatory investigation of its marketing of fee-based add-on products. The company says losses could reach $110 million, up from a prior estimate of $100 million.
O’Reilly Automotive - O'Reilly is cutting its sales guidance for the second quarter, now expecting a comparable store sales increase of 2 percent to 2.5 percent, compared to a prior estimate of 3 percent to 5 percent. The auto parts retailer also expects second quarter earnings per share to be at the lower end of its previously announced range of $1.13 to $1.17. The company says warm winter weather may have shifted some second quarter sales into the prior quarter.
Microsoft - The software giant says it’s disappointed with a court ruling that
Loral Space & Communications - Loral is selling its satellite manufacturing subsidiary to Canadian firm MacDonald Dettwiler for about $875 million.
Sony - New CEO Kazuo Hirai has elaborated on the company’s revival plan at the annual meeting in Tokyo, and assured a record 9,300 shareholders in attendance that the plan will work. Sony is coming off a record $5.75 billion annual loss for the fiscal year that ended March 31.
Medical Device Makers - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is probing the safety of all-metal hip implants, a revelation which could affect the stocks of medical device makers such as Johnson & Johnson and Zimmer Holdings. Recent studies have shown that the implants may fail more often than other products, and can also leach metal into the bloodstream.
Goldcorp - The gold producer has won a court battle with rival Barrick Gold over ownership of the El Moro gold-copper project in Chile. Barrick had struck a deal with owner Xstrata, but Goldcorp came in with another bid after a minority shareholder exercised its right to reject Barrick’s offer.
—By CNBC’s Peter Schacknow
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