Stock market movers and shakers for Monday

Fifth Third Bank (NasdaqGS:FITB)– The east coast based bank reported lower than expected earning for the 4th quarter but has seen activity that has put it in it’s highest level for the year.

Price:12.54

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+0.44/+3.64 

Applied Materials (NasdaqGS: AMAT)-The California based company has seen a 38.3% drop in revenue in the past 12 months, to add onto woes it was donwgraded today by Citi, though the stock continues to trade above its closing price.

Price: 12.74

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+0.11/+0.87%

Activision Blizzard, Inc (NasdaqGS: ATVI)- The gaming publisher is scheduled to report fourth quarter and full year 2009 on February 10th. Expectations for non-GAAP earnings in the fourth quarter are running very high with analysts expecting the company to report earnings of 41 cents per share on revenue of $2.23 billion.

Price: 10.14

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-0.22/-1.99%

Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV (NYSE:PHG)– The health care and lighting solutions company swung to a fourth-quarter profit of 260 million euros ($367 million) from a year-earlier loss of 1.18 billion euros ($1.67 billion). Sales totaled 7.26 billion euros ($10.26 billion), down from 7.6 billion euros ($10.74 billion).

Price: 30.23

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+1.97/+6.97%

Motorola Inc (NYSE:MOT)– The mobile technology giant said it has filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission accusing Research In Motion Ltd. of infringing five patents.

Price: 7.19

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-0.02/-0.29%

Liberty Global Inc Cl A (NASDAQ GS:LBTYA)– The cable company controlled by John Malone agreed to sell its 38% stake in Japanese cable television operator Jupiter Telecommunications Co. for $4 billion to KDDI Corp.

Price: 25.18

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+1.64/+6.97%

IntercontinentalExchange Inc (NYSE:ICE)– The futures-exchange operator was upgraded to “buy” from “hold” at Deutsche Bank, citing favorable volume trends, a minimal impact from regulatory changes and an uptick in the over-the-counter business, among other factors.

Price: 101.95

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+1.79/+1.79%

CNH Global N V (NYSE:CNH)– The maker of agricultural and construction equipment, held 89% by Fiat, reported fourth-quarter profit fell 75% to $28 million, or 12 cents a share, but managed to beat analysts’ forecasts. Sales fell 12% to $3.21 billion.

Price: 26.34

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+0.86/+3.38%

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