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 on Monday.

Pops

General Motors

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was up a little more than 1% to $10.24. Guy Adami said the stock is still being affected by the downgrade of

Merrill Lynch

( MER).

BCE

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was up about 11% to $38.65. Karen Finerman said she was a bit surprised that the deal was able to be done from the private equity group, which she also found impressive.

Cash America International

(CSH)

was up about 16% to $37.26. Adami said "pawn shops are doing well." The company raised its second-quarter profit guidance.

DryShips

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was up 3% to $73.29. Najarian sees reason to be positive on the stock, as the strength in its market continues.

Flowserve

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was up about 6% to $122.02. Finerman said the stock was down big last Thursday; it is just taking back what it gave.

Temple-Inland

( TIN) was up 9% to $11.51. Adami said the stock's movement had to do with the upgrade from Credit Suisse. However, his advice for the stock is, "I would avoid."

Solarfun Power Holdings

( SOLF) was up about 8% to $14.79. Najarian said the stock trades up one day, down another. He said, "I'm sure the fun will be over tomorrow."

Drops

Just before the Pops and Drops segment began, Melissa Lee said

IndyMac Bancorp

( IMB) was down about 30% in after-hour trading to 50 cents after announcing it will stop most mortgage loans and cut about 3,800 jobs.

Teva Pharmaceutical

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was down about 9% to $43.18. Pete Najarian said the company announced that a Phase III study showed its drug Copaxone was not more effective than the 20 mg version currently in the market.

Royal Bank

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was down 6% to $4.04. Jeff Macke said there is no reason to be long on financials.

The Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland

(IRE)

was down about 10% to $31.24. Macke asks, "Didn't I tell you to sell financials?"

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