Here's what


"Fast Money" traders had to say about some of the market's biggest movers on their "Pops and Drops" segment Thursday.


Seeing nice gains Thursday was



popping 5%. Karen Finerman said that it had a very good quarter across the board.

Skyrocketing during Thursday's session was

International Paper

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, gaining 14%. Guy Adami said that it is a "bit of a land play," because the firm has about 750,000 acres to its name.



ended the day 5% higher. Tim Seymour said that there was a big report from Merrill Lynch that makes the company "look interesting."

Shares of


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were ticking up 7% after what Finerman says is international strength.


Adami said that

Eastman Kodak


"can't do anything right," dropping 7% during trading. He said that "people aren't taking pictures anymore."

Taking a significant loss was


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slumping 25%.

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters


was falling 6%. Seymour said this pointed to its slower sales and lower margins; however, he feels the company has a "pretty good story."

Parker Hannifin

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was dropping 9%; Adami said its "guidance for '09 was miserable."

Wrapping up the night was

Bare Escentuals


down a whopping 32%. Macke said that it appears "people are cutting back on their cosmetics."

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