Before Erin Burnett started the "Pops and Drops" segment of CNBC's "Fast Money," she mentioned that Lehman Brothers( LEH) was moving up in after-hours trading on a report that Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group might buy the investment bank.
Burnett also highlighted a report out of
plans to cut the U.S. prices of its Xbox 360 video-game console. Macke said
has won this war.
( SSCC) soared 30% to $6.67. Adami said he wouldn't chase the stock up here.
Shanda Interactive Entertainment
( SNDA) surged 9% to $28.91 after the Chinese online gaming company reported second-quarter results ahead of Wall Street estimates. Adami said people in China are playing "dungeons and dragons" with each other.
added 2% to $25.18 following the office supply company's second-quarter earnings report. Finerman said the Street thought the numbers were OK.
popped 4% to $32.80. Najarian said don't jump in right here; it's just a play on lower oil.
United Natural Foods
traded up 4% to $19.58. Macke said the company should get away from natural and go toward the fake stuff.
( IACID) moved up 1% to $16.94. Finerman didn't have anything to add with the stock only up 1%.
fell 8% to $19.63 after a J.P. Morgan analyst downgraded the stock to neutral from overweight. Macke said sell CAG.
( JOYG) dropped 19% to $53.05 after the mining equipment company announced disappointing third-quarter earnings. Adami said avoid the stock until the next quarter.
plunged 13% to $31.35. Najarian said the drop was due to some negative data for the company's phase III clinical study on a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease drug.
This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.