Midday movers: 3D Systems, Kate Spade, Nike & more

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Scott Mlyn | CNBC

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

3D Systems - The 3D printer maker rose after it said it would purchase Israeli-based Cimatron for about $97 million.

Caesars Entertainment - The casino operator fell after saying its operating unit had received a default notice, but the unit did not think an event of default had happened.

Kate Spade - The apparel and accessory maker rose after Bank of America upgraded the stock to buy from neutral.

Visteon - The automotive parts maker advanced on Korean media reports that it signed an initial deal to sell its controlling stake in its South Korean unit for $3.6 billion.

Lions Gate Entertainment - The film studio fell after tallying $123 million in ticket sales for its third installment of Hunger Games. That total was short of expectations.

Sarepta Therapeutics - The developer of a treatment for muscular dystrophy rose after BioMarin Pharmaceutical agreed to purchase Prosensa Holding, another developer of a muscular-dystrophy drug.

Trina Solar - The company declined after cutting its full-year solar module shipment forecast.

Smith & Nephew - The U.K.-based medical device maker rose after Bloomberg News reported Stryker was considering a bid for the company.

Anheuser-Busch InBev - The beer brand gained after pulling its Clydesdale horses from holiday advertising this year.

Nike - The maker of athletic apparel rose after extending its sponsorship agreement with the U.S. Olympic Committee through the 2020 Summer Olympics.

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