Stocks to Watch: AAPL, T, ZNGA & More

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


Apple - AT&T said sales of the iPhone 5 set a record over the weekend, making the new device the fastest-selling iPhone the company has ever offered. Meanwhile, BMO raised its price target to $750 from $680 on the iPhone maker.

Qualcomm - BMO lifted its target price on the telecommunications equipment company to $78 from $77.

Zynga - The social-media gaming company countered a copyright-infringement lawsuit filed against it by Electronic Arts with its own allegations that EA sought a potentially illegal agreement to avoid poaching each others' employees.

Deutsche Bank - The financial giant named Jon Eilbeck as COO of the bank's asset and wealth management business.

EBay - RBC boosted its price target on the online auction company to $57 from $47.

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