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Midday Movers: NYT, RCL, AEM & More

Take a look at some of Thursday's midday movers:

New York Times tumbled, seeing its largest one-day percentage drop since April 2009, after the newspaper company posted disappointing earnings on weak ad sales.

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Royal Caribbean hit a 52-week high after the cruise operator posted better-than-expected earnings on strong bookings. Rival Carnival also gained to hit a 52-week high.

Agnico Eagle Mines hit a 52-week high after the company posted stronger-than-expected earnings on record gold output. CBOE Gold Index gained to post its biggest one-day gain since September.

Angie's List surged after the consumer review website posted earnings that topped expectations. In the company's 8-K filing, the company's CEO added "we are having a very good year."

Microsoft was little changed on relatively light volume after the software giant officially unveiled its Windows 8 operating system.

Best Buy tumbled after the electronics retailer announced an earnings warning and a leadership shake-up. S&P Capital IQ cut its rating on the stock to "sell" from "hold".

(Read More: CNBC's Market Insider Blog)

—By CNBC's Lori Spechler.

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