Take a look at some of Wednesday's morning movers:
Tempur-Pedic International - Due to slumping North American sales, the mattress maker says it now expects 2012 earnings per share of $2.70, well below analyst estimates of $3.93.
Home Depot - The home improvement retailer says it now expects share repurchases of $4 billion this year, up from its prior guidance of $3.5 billion. It also reaffirmed prior guidance for 2012 sales and earnings ahead of a conference presentation today.
United Healthcare - The managed-care provider increased its quarterly dividend to $0.2125 per share, up five cents.
Dick's Sporting Goods - The sporting goods retailer's stock has been upgraded to "outperform" from "market perform" at Wells Fargo.
Lee Enterprises, Berkshire Hathaway has taken a 3.2 percent stake in Lee, continuing a series of investments by Warren Buffett’s company in U.S. newspaper publishers.
Deere – The equipment maker finds itself in near-record territory in one category: Reuters reports that its new debt offering carries one of the lowest yields of all time, with a 30-year bond on track to yield 3.942 percent and a 10-year note set to yield 2.629 percent. The offer has not yet officially priced.Page 1 of 3 | Next Page