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Midday movers: Allergan, AOL, Netflix & More

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Adam Jeffery | CNBC

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

Allergan - The pharmaceutical company fell after the Financial Times reported it was preparing to reject Valeant Pharmaceuticals International's $46 billion bid.

AOL - The search engine climbed after the company disclosed in a regulatory filing that CEO Tim Armstrong has purchased 56,000 shares.

Marriott International - The hotel chain advanced after increasing its quarterly dividend 3 cents to 20 cents a share.

McDonald's - The fast food chain rose after it said it would begin testing seasoned french fries at some locations starting Friday.

Middleby - The commercial food service and processing company reported weaker-than-expected first-quarter earnings.

Netflix - The video subscription company gained after raising its online video prices for new customers while giving its current subscribers a two-year break from the increased rates.

Oracle - The business software company rose after a U.S. appeals court sided with the company in its copyright lawsuit against Google.

Post Holdings - The cereal maker fell after reporting weaker-than-expected second-quarter earnings.

Ralph Lauren - The clothing and accessory distributor fell after warning its profit margin would contract as it spends money to build out its network of stores.

Stratasys - The three-dimensional printer maker fell after saying it expects operating expenses to increase materially in 2014, driven by investments in sales and marketing.

Tuniu - The Chinese online travel company turned higher in its market debut.

Twitter - The micro-blogging service climbed after Bank of America/Merrill Lynch upgraded the stock to neutral from under perform.

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—By CNBC's Rich Fisherman.

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