Midday movers: McDonald's, Sony, Celgene & more

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Scott Mlyn | CNBC

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

McDonald's - The fast-food chain fell after reporting a steeper-than-expected fall in global sales in November.

Sony - The electronic-equipment maker slid after its PlayStation online store was hacked, leading to a two-hour outage.

Agios Pharmaceuticals - The drug maker and Celgene rose on positive news for their co-developed leukemia drug.

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals - The biotech and rivals including Biogen Idec and Amgen rose.

BP - The oil giant dropped after the Supreme Court rejected its challenge to the Gulf of Mexico oil-spill agreement.

ConocoPhillips - The energy producer declined after saying its 2015 capital budget would fall 20 percent from 2014.

Exxon Mobil - The oil company and others including Chevron, Anadarko Petroleum and Hess fell with oil prices.

American Airlines Group - The carrier edged lower after reducing its forecast for fourth-quarter consolidated passenger revenue per available seat mile.

J.C. Penney - The retailer continued its fall. It's down about 20 percent since Black Friday.

ClubCorp Holding - The operator of golf courses and country clubs dropped after saying said it would not convert into a REIT at the present time.

Digital River - The company declined after giving Microsoft an extension to decide whether to extend their distribution agreement.

Dover - The industrial-equipment maker declined after lowered its guidance for the year.

Pioneer Natural Resources - The company moved lower. It was downgraded the by TheStreet.com to hold from buy.

Vail Resorts - The operator of ski resorts fell after reporting a first-quarter loss.

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