Before Melissa Lee started the "Pops and Drops" segment of
"Fast Money," she mentioned that
was trading slightly lower after-hours after releasing a press release stating "it has assumed from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) approximately $900 million in total deposits, including all uninsured deposits, of Alpharetta-based Integrity Bank."
American International Group
closed essentially flat to $21.49. Karen Finerman said the problems the firm is undergoing are "too complicated," and she said that is why she does not support the stock.
was also flat to $83.90. Pete Najarian said the company had a great performance this week.
was flat to $16.22. Finerman said this stock is too volatile." She jokingly said "to leave it to Pete."
( AMLN) was up 0.5% to $21.98. Joe Terranova said he still feels the "stock is good to own for the long-term."
Advance Micro Devices
was up about 1% to $6.29. Najarian said the stock was boosted by
China Finance Online
was up about 4% to $18.75. Zachary Karabell said the company is operating in a difficult space and said he does not support the stock.
sharply rose by 11% to $27.00. Finerman said this is one retailer that is doing well -- she also said this proves that "the consumer is not dead."
rose by 5% to $44.38. Terranova said it's all about "supply and demand." He said he feels companies in the oil sector are beginning to stabilize.
fell by 3% to $25.17. Karabell said the company shipped 120 million phones in its second quarter; he said the stock was not down too much to start feeling bearish.
fell by 3% to $335.38. Terranova said the stock has been under pressure but said he feels optimistic on the stock for the long-term.
( FUJI) fell by 9% to $27.41. Najarian said the fall was attributed to the company cutting its annual projections.
China Life Insurance
fell by 2% to $57.30. Karabell said that all financials are under pressure.
Peter Garcia is a finance major at Seton Hall. He provides invaluable research support as an intern at TheStreet.com.