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.
popped 10% this week. Jeff Macke said the refiners' margins are going to improve, according to analysts. They're going to have to improve, he said, so get out of the refiners.
was up 20%. Pete Najarian said the
of China has a higher price-to-earnings ratio than Google. He said players in the search space should stick with Google.
jumped 16%. Guy Adami said the CEO said the worst is over for the broker.
climbed 9%. Karen Finerman said that liquidity is returning to the financials. Fannie Mae went along for the ride, she said.
added 13%. Macke said that South Korea lifted its ban on U.S. mad cows. That works for Tyson, he said.
gained 11%. Adami said the company saw increased demand for its Focus car. Things may be looking up for Ford, he said.
tacked on 8%. Macke called the run a dead-cat bounce. Buy
instead, he said.
surged 4%. Adami said he'd rather own Home Depot.
jumped 10%. Finerman said she likes the name and her fund is long the stock.
rocketed 7%. Macke said this play on the weak consumer works just fine.
lost 10%. Najarian said the company's forecast is down because it's putting money into research and development. This news could be good for the long term, he said.
dropped 13%. Finerman joked that the company didn't announce a big enough loss.
was down 5%. Najarian said the casino stocks are going to continue to go lower. Wait a while to get long, he said.
fell 13%. Najarian said the stock had a tough week. He said the company is having a little "hiccup" right now.