Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers:
Aaron's - The electronics retailer slid after reducing its outlook for the second quarter.
Campbell Soup - The producer of convenience foods declined after Goldman Sachs cut its rating to sell from neutral.
CIT Group - The financial-holding company gained after increasing its quarterly dividend 50 percent to 15 cents a share.
Hewlett-Packard - The computer maker edged lower. Interim Chairman Ralph Whitworth resigned from the board due to health issues.
Intel - The chip manufacturer declined ahead of its second-quarter earnings report after the bell.
Lions Gate Entertainment - The film studio rose after it and Alibaba said they would join forces on a subscription streaming service for mainland China.
Michael Kors Holdings - The clothing retailer fell for the second session as Sterne Agee and Barclays both reduced their price targets for the firm.
Plug Power - The maker of fuel cells climbed after FBR Capital Markets began coverage with an outperform rating.
USANA Health Sciences - The provider of nutritional products fell after CNBC contributor Herb Greenberg suggested the company may be violating Chinese direct-sales rules.
Wolverine World Wide - The footwear maker dropped after cutting its forecast for full-year earnings.
Yahoo - The online search engine fell ahead of its quarterly earnings report after the bell.
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—By CNBC's Rich Fisherman.
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