Midday movers: Apple, Boeing, Tesla Motors & more

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Scott Mlyn | CNBC

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

Apple - The consumer-technology company rose to a record, as did Gilead Sciences, Walt Disney, PepsiCo and Home Depot.

Boeing - The plane manufacturer gained after BOC aviation, an aircraft leasing company based in Singapore, ordered 82 airplanes for $8.8 billion.

Cliffs Natural Resources - The miner climbed after saying it would attempt to remove restrictions on its debt agreements so it can repurchase as much as $200 million shares.

DirecTV - The supplier of satellite television rose after the New York Post cited a source close to the process in reporting AT&T had come to terms with the federal government on conditions that pave the way for it to buy DirecTV.

Goldman Sachs Group - The investment bank advanced along with Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup on hope for further monetary easing by the European Central Bank.

GrubHub - The online food ordering company fell after publicly filing to sell 10 million shares in a secondary offering.

Krispy Kreme Donuts - moved higher after Longbow Research repeated its buy rating. It also got a boost from a possible merger between Burger King Worldwide and Canadian doughnut chain Tim Hortons.

Life Time Fitness - The fitness-center operator rose after saying it was exploring a conversion of its land holdings into a real-estate investment trust.

Merck & Co. - The pharmaceutical company jumped on a Reuters report that the U.S. regulators were likely to approve the company's immune-oncology drug as a treatment for melanoma before an October deadline.

Ralph Lauren - The clothing designer advanced on its plan to introduce a high-tech Polo Tech shirt at the 2014 U.S. Open tennis tournament.

Tesla Motors - The electric-car maker on bullish comments from Global Equities Research.

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—By CNBC's Rich Fisherman.

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