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Midday movers: BorgWarner, Kellogg & more

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

BorgWarner - The maker of automotive turbochargers and emission systems declined after cutting its 2014 profit outlook.

Bristol-Myers Squibb - The drug developer rose after reporting positive clinical-trial data on its drug to treat lung cancer.

Cabol Oil & Gas - The energy developer and competitors including Newfield Exploration, Denbury Resources and Nabors Industries fell along with the price of crude.


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Catamaran - The provider of pharmacy benefit management services rose after hiking its 2014 guidance.

Chart Industries - The maker of equipment for the energy sector fell after posting weaker-than-expected quarterly results.

Elizabeth Arden - The maker of beauty products fell after posting a quarterly loss.

Glu Mobile - The mobile game maker fell sharply after reporting third-quarter revenue below expectations.

Harman International Industries - The maker of audio products rose after tallying better-than-expected quarterly revenue and profit.

Kellogg - The cereal maker climbed after reporting quarterly results.

Kimberly-Clark - The tissue maker held steady, a day after the filing of a class-action suit saying the company misled healthcare workers about its surgical gowns protecting against Ebola.

Lowe's Companies - The home-improvement retailer rose as Goldman Sachs upgraded the stock to buy from neutral.

MasterCard - The processor of card payments gained after reporting better-than-expected quarterly profit.

New York Times - The newspaper publisher declined after projecting a fall in ad spending in the fourth quarter.

Sturm Ruger - The gun maker dropped after missing third-quarter earnings estimates. Other gun manufacturers including Smith & Wesson and Alliant Techsystems dropped as well.

Trulia - The real-estate website operator declined after reporting third-quarter sales below forecasts. Zillow, which is acquiring Trulia, also fell.

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