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'Fast Money' Pops and Drops: Ma Bell Swell

The trading panel says AT&T is in a good position vis-a-vis the iPhone.
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Pops

Bank of America

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traded up 11%. Finerman says "11% in a week like this is actually not so good."

AT&T

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rose 12%. Karabell said AT&T is in a good position with the iPhone contract.

Peabody Energy

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surged 12%. Najarian mentioned that Peabody crushed its earnings this week.

Chesapeake Energy

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soared 24%. Terranova said he feels awful that CEO Aubrey McClendon dumped 33 million shares on the low.

Advanced Micro Devices

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jumped 10%. Najarian pointed out that AMD's numbers weren't as bad as

Intel's

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.

Wells Fargo

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rose 13%.

National-Oilwell Varco

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advanced 9%. Terranova says "you should be able to sell NOV above $40 a share within the next 30 to 45 days.

UnitedHealth Group

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soared 41%. Najarian mentioned that UNH reported earnings that met the Street's forecast, and the stock was upgraded.

Drops

General Electric

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dropped 8%. Terranova joked that "next week the stock market could be down and GE will be up."

eBay

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fell 8%. Finerman said the Street didn't like that eBay cut its outlook.

PepsiCo

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lost 6%. Karabell says, "Don't read too much into what happened with PepsiCo."

ING Group

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plunged 31%. Karabell joked, "I am shocked that a European financial institution is having problems raising capital."

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