Midday movers: Apple, Tesla Motors, Amazon.com & more

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Brendan McDermid | Reuters
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Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:

Apple - The consumer technology company fell. Morgan Stanley trimmed its position in the company by 1 percent.

Tesla Motors - The maker of electric cars declined after a German weekly reported Friday that BMW is not interested in buying a stake in the company.

Amazon.com - The online retailer dropped after Moody's changed its outlook on the company to negative while affirming its baa1 senior unsecured rating.

Macy's - The department-store operator declined, along with retailers including Wal-Mart-Stores, Target , Best Buy Co., J.C. Penney Company and Sears Holdings on a National Retail Federation poll that indicated Black Friday weekend sales fell from year-ago levels.

21ViaNet Group - The supplier of Chinese Internet data center services rose after reports it entered into a share purchase agreement with Kingsoft, Xiaomi, and investment firm Temasek valued at $296 million.

Goldcorp - The gold miner and competitors including Newmont Mining, Barrick Gold and AngloGold Ashanti climbed with the price of gold.

iShares Silver Trust - Shares soared as silver rallied.

Gilead Sciences - The drug developer edged higher after news it would let a Mylan subsidiary have nonexclusive rights to make and distribute its HIV treatment drug in 12 countries.

Intel - The chip manufacturer fell after saying it had purchased PasswordBox for an undisclosed amount.

FireEye - The provider of cyber security fell after saying it had discovered a team of intruders that snoop through the emails of company executives who may possess market-moving information.

Huntsman - The chemical maker declined after saying it would cut about 900 jobs.

On Semiconductor - The maker of semiconductor components jumped after announcing a $1 billion stock buyback program.

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