Take a look at some of Thursday's midday movers:
SunPower - moved higher after news that Apple plans to power its main U.S. data center entirely with renewable energy by the end of the year. Apple said it was buying equipment from SunPower and startup Bloom Energy to build two solar array installations near the data center in and around Maiden, North Carolina.
Caterpillar fell on slowing machinery sales. Other machinery stocks Deere ,Manitowac , and Terex also declined.
Gold stocks including Freeport McMoran ,Goldcorp ,Newmont Mining ,Barrick Gold , and Anglogold rose as gold prices rebounded .
Dendreon - Shares of the biotech maker moved lower on worries about an investigation into the company by financial regulators.
Advance Auto Parts slumped after its first quarter earnings fell below street expectations and the company said there was a meaningful slowdown in their sales trends in the month of April.
JPMorgan Chase declined after the bank said its recent trading losses have reached $3 billion , a 50 percent increase from four days ago.
Delta Airlines fell after the airline said it will cut capacity on its trans-Atlantic routes by 5 percent after Labor Day and will cut its overall capacity by as much as 4 percent this year.Page 1 of 2 | Next Page