HEADLINE STOCKS-Some U.S. stocks to watch on Nov 12

NEW YORK, Nov 12 (Reuters) - Some U.S. stocks to watch on Friday: D.R. HORTON INC, $12.10, down 0.6 pct The homebuilder posted a fourth-quarter loss that narrowed from the prior year. WALT DISNEY CO, $36.70, up 2.2 pct The media and entertainment company, a Dow component, reported a quarterly profit that missed expectations but gave a rosy outlook late Thursday. BOEING CO, $64.90, down 0.7 pct Sanford C. Bernstein downgraded the Dow component to "market perform," saying additional delays in the company's 787 line were hurting the planemaker's cash flow situation. AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES INC, $36.45, up 2 pct The electronics testing equipment maker reported adjusted fourth-quarter earnings that beat expectations and forecast a first-quarter profit above consensus. INTEL CORP, $21.50, up 1.4 pct The big chipmaker, a Dow component, will increase its quarterly cash dividend by 15 percent. MORGAN STANLEY, $26.12, down 0.7 pct The investment bank and financial services company may spin off its quantitative trading strategy unit in light of the Dodd-Frank Act, the New York Times reported. J.C. PENNEY CO INC, $31.75, down 1.5 pct The department store operator posted third-quarter earnings that beat expectations but sales were hurt by the decision to wind down its "big Book" catalogue business. DILLARD'S INC, $30.20, up 7.5 pct The retailer reported third-quarter results. WENDY'S/ARBY'S GROUP INC, $4.80, down 4.8 pct The fast-food chain operator posted a third-quarter loss and warned its 2010 results would be at the lower end of its previous forecast. (Reporting by Ryan Vlastelica; editing by Jeffrey Benkoe) . Keywords: MARKETS STOCKS HEADLINES (ryan.vlastelica@thomsonreuters.com; Tel: +1 646-223-6014; Reuters Messaging: ryan.vlastelica@reuters.com@reuters.net) COPYRIGHT Copyright Thomson Reuters 2010. All rights reserved.

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