Midday movers: Starbucks, Google, Yahoo & more

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Scott Mlyn | CNBC

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

Starbucks - The coffee-shop operator gained after JPMorgan Chase increased its price target to $89 form $82 and maintained its overweight rating.

Google - The search engine fell after BofA/Merrill Lynch downgraded the stock to neutral from buy.

Yahoo - The search engine rose after BofA/Merrill Lynch upgraded the stock to buy from neutral.

JPMorgan Chase - The bank gained. CEO Jamie Dimon told staff he was cancer free after treatment of his throat cancer.

Goldman Sachs Group - The brokerages and others in financial services including Citigroup, SunTrust Banks and Comerica rose along with interest rates.

Arista Networks - The maker of networking equipment fell after Cisco Systems filed suit against the company, accusing it of patent infringement.

Facebook - The social-network company rose after MKM Partners initiated coverage with a buy rating.

Francesca's Holdings - The retail-boutique operator surged after Chief Executive Officer Neill Davis resigned.

United Continental Holdings - The carrier and rivals including Delta Air Lines, American Airlines Group and JetBlue Airways gained as fuel costs fell.

Apache - The energy company declined after BofA/Merrill Lynch downgraded it to underperform from neutral.

Phillips 66 - The energy manufacturing and logistics company fell after announcing its 2015 capital budget of $4.6 billion.

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