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


Caterpillar - The construction and mining equipment maker posted earnings that topped expectations, but revenue fell below estimates. The company also cut its full-year guidance.

Freeport McMoran - The metals and mining company posted earnings and revenue that edged past Wall Street expectations.

UBS, Credit Suisse - UBS is expected to layoff 3,000 to 5,000 jobs as part of its cost-saving measure, while Credit Suisse may announce 1,000 to 2,000 cuts, according to the Der Sonntag newspaper.

SunTrust - The bank posted earnings that surged as the company gained from the accelerated sale of its shares in Coca-Cola.

Hasbro - The toy company posted earnings that beat expectations, but sales fell short of estimates, dragged by a drop in revenue at its boys and pre-school product lines.

VF Corp. - The parent company of The North Face and 7 For All Manking topped earnings expectations, but revenue was slightly below estimates.

General Electric - Nomura cut its price target on the conglomerate to $24 from $25. GE posted earnings that were in line with estimates last Friday, as solid demand in U.S. and Asia for electric turbines and railroad locomotives trumped slowing growth in Europe, but revenue disappointed. (GE is the minority shareholder of NBCUniversal, parent to CNBC and CNBC.com.)

McDonald's - Jefferies lowered its price target on the fast-food giant to $83 from $88. McDonald's reported earnings that were weaker than expected on Friday, while sales topped estimates.

—By CNBC's JeeYeon Park; Follow Her on Twitter @JeeYeonParkCNBC

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