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IBM

(IBM)

added 2%. Najarian said it's trading higher off a

Hewlett-Packard

(HPQ)

upgrade from yesterday.

Exxon Mobil

(XOM)

climbed 5%. Adami says the stock still goes up from here and the current valuation is cheap.

International Rectifier

(IRF)

popped 6%. Finerman said she likes this stock.

Honda Motor

(HMC)

moved up 5% Najarian says it looks good from a valuation basis vs.

General Motors

(GM)

.

Micron Technology

(MU)

surged 11%. Adami told viewers to avoid this stock.

American Eagle Outfitters

(AEO)

jumped 4% higher. Banc of America upgraded the stock to buy from neutral. Finerman mentioned that she sold some AEO today.

American Axle & Manufacturing

(AXL)

rose 6%. "A big $25 billion auto industry bailout helped, guys," Adami said.

Drops

Sirius XM Radio

(SIRI)

plunged 14% after the satellite radio company said it might have to tap credit markets to pay off $300 million in debt due in February. Macke said the company is broken and to stay away.

Boeing

(BA)

dropped 3%. Finerman didn't have anything significant to add.

Casino stocks such as

Las Vegas Sands

(LVS)

traded lower by 10%, and

Wynn Resorts

(WYNN)

fell 3%. Macke said at some point all the bad news will be priced into the casino stocks.

Synovus Financial

(SNV)

fell 2% after the bank cut 650 jobs and slashed its dividend. Macke said it's a "regional" and it's a "bank" -- why would you not sell it?

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.