Here's what CNBC's "Fast Money" traders had to say about some of the market's biggest movers on their "Pops and Drops" segment Friday.
popped 22%. Jeff Macke said people started to believe. He said the short side of the trade is dead.
( IHP) was up 7%. Karen Finerman said CEO Julia Stewart is working magic by getting Applebee's on track.
rose 2%. Guy Adami called DuPont a synthetic way to play the ag move. It is cheap, he said.
jumped 17%. Najarian said the company had a great projection for the first quarter.
climbed 4%. Finerman said a $100 million contract today drove the stock up $400 million. She said that was some nice math.
gained 4%. Adami said the company's pricing power and merger talk in the space were responsible for the move.
shares increased 17%. Macke said the stock was rallying hard. Don't chase the move, he said.
( HLYS) dropped 6%. Najarian said an 86% sales drop and too much inventory hurt the stock.
lost 14%. Macke said the hideous parade begins for same-store sales.
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