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Midday movers: Amgen, Ford, Vitamin Shoppe & more

Scott Mlyn | CNBC

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

Amgen - The drug developer slid after its experimental ovarian cancer drug failed to improve overall survival rates in a late-stage trial.

Burger King Worldwide - The fast-food chain declined after reporting a quarterly loss.

Capital One Financial - The lender fell after disclosing a probe by the New York district attorney's office into its subprime auto-finance practices.

Estee Lauder Cos - The cosmetics company dropped after cutting its full-year profit and sales outlook.

Exxon Mobil - The oil producer and rivals including Chevron, Hess and ConocoPhillips dropped with crude prices.

Foot Locker - The sneaker chain moved lower after saying Chief Executive Officer Ken Hicks would retire on Dec. 1.

Ford Motor - The automaker edged lower after recalling 202,241 vehicles.

Icahn Enterprises - The publicly traded investment company fell as falling energy prices hit some of its investments, including Chesapeake Energy, Transocean and Talisman Energy.

Mack-Cali Realty - The real estate investment trust rose after saying CEO Mitchell Hersh would step down in May.

Motorola Solutions - The maker of radio systems gained as it hiked its share buyback authorization by $5 billion.

Texas Roadhouse - The restaurant chain climbed after posting quarterly revenue that beat estimates.

United Continental Holdings - The airline gained along with competitors including American Airlines Group, Delta Air Lines, and Southwest Airlines as oil prices dropped to a four-year year low.

United Parcel Service - The shipper and other transport companies including J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Alaska Air Group and Landstar System rose to records.

Vitamin Shoppe - The seller of nutritional supplements fell after posting weaker-than-expected third-quarter results.

Wynn Resorts - The casino operator and competitors including MGM Resorts International, Las Vegas Sands and Melco Crown Entertainment declined along with Macau gaming revenues in October.


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