Midday movers: Apple, Fabrinet, Lear & more

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A woman walks down a staircase at the Wall Street subway station, New York City.

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

Apple - The consumer-technology company advanced after RBC Capital said it remains bullish on the stock.

Community Health Systems - The hospital operator gained after saying Chinese hackers stole the personal data of about 4.5 million patients.

DreamWorks Animation SKG - The film studio rallied after appointing a new chief financial officer.

Fabrinet - The provider of electronics-manufacturing services declined after postponing its fourth-quarter and full-year earnings results, citing accounting issues.

HMS Holdings - The healthcare-benefits company rose after First Analysis upgraded its stock to overweight from equal weight, according to flyonthewall.com.

Lannett Company - The generic-drug maker climbed after forecasting fourth-quarter results above expectations.

Lear - Shares of the auto supplier gained, along with competitor American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings, after getting buy ratings from Buckingham Research.

Procter & Gamble - The maker of products including detergent, batteries and shavers rose after Reuters cited people familiar with the matter in reporting the household-products company would likely shed its Duracell and Braun brands.

Sensata Technologies Holding - The maker of sensors and electrical controls said it would buy Schrader International for $1 billion.

Tekmira Pharmaceuticals - The drug developer rose after Leerink began coverage with an outperform rating and $25 price target.

Valeant Pharmaceuticals International - The drug manufacturer fell after it extended its offer for Allergan until the end of the year.

Walt Disney - The entertainment company hit a record high on the heels of another strong weekend for its film "Guardians of the Galaxy."

(See CNBC's Market Insider Blog)

—By CNBC's Rich Fisherman.

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