Midday Movers: Exxon Mobil, Morgan Stanley & more

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Scott Mlyn | CNBC

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

Exxon Mobil - The oil producer and others including Chevron, Hess and Anadarko Petroleum all fell with the price of crude.

Schlumberger - The company led losses in the S&P 500's energy sector, followed by Spectra Energy, Nabors Industries and QEP Resources.

International Business Machines - The technology company led losses on the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

General Electric - The industrial conglomerate fell. It raised its quarterly dividend 5 percent, to 23 cents a share.

Lululemon Athletica - The maker of athletic apparel rallied for a second session after posting third-quarter results that surpassed street expectations. Deutsche Bank raised its price target to $46 from $40.

Nu Skin Enterprises - The direct seller of skincare and nutritional products forecast 2015 profit below market expectations.

Morgan Stanley - The provider of financial services dropped after Buckingham downgraded the stock to neutral from buy.

Avolon Holdings - The Irish aircraft leasing company fell in its market debut.

Hortonworks - The provider data management rose in its market debut.

Abbott Laboratories - The health care company fell a bit. It raised its quarterly dividend 2 cents to 24 cents a share.

Con-way - The trucking company fell as the Teamsters won a vote to unionize drivers at its Miami Lakes, Fla., facility.

ChemoCentryx - The drug developer soared after reporting positive results for its diabetic treatment.

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