Midday Movers: AMCX, DDS, KORS & More

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

AMC Networks ained n better-than-expected earnings. The cable holding company cited the popularity of shows including "Walking Dead" for boosting carriage fees and increasing advertising revenue.

Dillard's jumped near all-time highs after the company posted strong earnings. The retailer also said same-store sales rose 5-percent versus a year ago.

Michael Kors tumbled. The fashion design and retail company reports its quarterly earnings on Nov. 13.

Cisco also pulled back amid higher-than-usual volume. The networking giant also reports its quarterly earnings on Nov. 13.

Qualcomm continued to be a market leader after the semiconductor company posted better-than-expected earnings.

Monster Worldwide surged after the online recruitment firm said it is exploring a sale of its business in China amidst a challenging jobs market.

Devon Energy traded near lows not seen since last October.

Matson jumped after its earnings report. The company is a former subsidiary of Alexander & Baldwin and Hawaii's largest ocean cargo transport firm.

Babcock & Wilcox tumbled following disappointing earnings. The power-plant technology company recorded investment-related impairment charges this quarter.

And on the M&A front, Dusa Pharmaceuticals rose after India's Sun Pharmaceuticals said it would pay about $230 million for the skin care company.

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—By CNBC's Lori Spechler.

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