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Midday movers: Deere, Credit Suisse, Nordstrom and more

By Liz Moyer

investing.com -- Stocks were struggling for direction as investors awaited the release of the Federal Reserve's most recent meeting minutes. Here are the midday movers for Nov. 23:

Deere&Company (NYSE:DE) stock rose 4.8% after the agricultural and construction equipment maker reported better-than-expected results for profit and revenue, boosted by improved farm economics and infrastructure spending. It offered a positive outlook.

Credit Suisse Group (NYSE:CS) stock fell 7% after the Swiss banking giant said it would take a $1.6 billion loss after customers started to take their money out. Shareholders approved a $4.2B capital raise.

Nordstrom Inc (NYSE:JWN) stock fell 5.7% after the high-end department store chain reported a 3% drop in sales for the third quarter. While the move was expected, it shows even more affluent shoppers are being more careful about spending money.

Manchester United Ltd (NYSE:MANU) shares jumped another 17% after the U.K. football team announced late Tuesday it has started a strategic review that could result in the sale of the group, an investment by a new investor, or other transactions.

Citigroup Inc (NYSE:C) shares fell 2.3% after banking regulators identified an issue with its management of financial data that needs to be addressed. The problem could make it harder to produce accurate data during a time of financial stress.

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