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 Thursday.
was up 8%. Guy Adami credited the company's $30 billion backlog. He recommended the stock.
jumped 4%. Tim Seymour said oil service companies are going to get rich on expensive oil. He noted the company is 25% cheaper than its peers.
rose 8%. Najarian lauded the pharmaceutical company for doing everything right compared with
, which dropped on the day.
climbed 17%, and Adami observed that Citigroup raised its price target for the company.
Fresh Del Monte Produce
ticked up 11%. Jeff Macke said earnings were very good.
rose 4%. Seymour called the stock a great story.
( RHD) plunged 48%. Seymour cited downward guidance and the fact that "nobody uses the Yellow Pages" as reasons for the drop.
dropped 9%. Najarian pointed to acquisition costs and a negative forecast.
XM Satellite Radio
( XMSR) slipped 3%. Macke said the satellite radio stocks will be dead money. He likes
if it can ever seal its merger with XM.
tumbled 4%. Najarian said it was "all about the writedowns." He cautioned that JPMorgan still isn't out of the woods, and investors should wait to get into it.
( ABH) fell 12%. "Nobody uses paper anymore," Adami said.
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