'Fast Money' Pops and Drops: Goodyear's Good Quarter

The panel says the tire maker looks good to go.
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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.

Pops

Goodyear Tire and Rubber

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traded up 4% after the tire maker reported a better-than-expected quarter. Adami said it looks good.

Visa

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popped 9% in response to a strong earnings report out of competitor

American Express

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. Finerman said American Express bodes well for Visa but it isn't cheap.

YRC Worldwide

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jumped 15% after the trucker caught an upgrade from a Morgan Keegan analyst. Adami said it might be worth a look with the high short interest.

Wendy's International

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gained 10% on news that activist investor Nelson Peltz's

Triarc Companies

(TRY)

agreed to buy the company for $2.34 billion. Macke said he would forget about the stock now.

Trimble Navigation

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ripped higher by 22% after it beat earnings. Very nice, said Finerman.

Schering-Plough

(SGP)

popped 11% on bullish sales data for its arthritis drug. Najarian said it's a good sign when the CEO buys 2 million shares.

iShares FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Index

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soared 8% after the Chinese government cut the tax stamp on stock transactions. Finerman was impressed with the move.

Drops

Delta Air Lines

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plunged 21%. Najarian explained that the price of oil at $120 is bad for all airlines.

Newmont Mining

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dropped 3% despite an analyst upgrade. Adami expressed that at some point NEM is interesting on a valuation basis.

UnitedHealth Group

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fell 9% after the health insurance giant reported poor earnings and cut its guidance. Move along, said Macke

Mattel

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lost 12% after the toymaker missed Wall Street estimates. Macke said he likes

Hasbro

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better.

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