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Leading the Dow with a move up of nearly 3% was Hewlett-Packard
) after the stock was upgraded to an "overweight" rating at Morgan Stanley, which cited the company's free cash flow and potential for stock buybacks and dividends.
) was among the Dow's laggards, down about 1% at midday, after rival Airbus
) announced a $24 billion order for over 200 planes from Indonesia's Lion Air, where Boeing had been the incumbent.
Among the notable gainers were Glu Mobile
), which rose 10% following an upgrade at Northland Securities, and J.C. Penney
), which advanced 9% following analyst speculation that the company could investigate a REIT for some holdings and a positive response to its new Joe Fresh shops.
Among the noteworthy losers was Incyte Corporation
), which fell over 7% after disclosing that a patient in the U.K. treated with one of its drugs had developed a condition known as progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy,
Shares of a number of financial institutions were lower as well following the developments in Cyprus, including Morgan Stanley
), down nearly 3%, Barclays
), down over 3%, and ING Group
), down over 4%.