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 Monday.

Pops

Sysco

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popped 9%. Jeff Macke said the food service company is passing price increases along to customers. That's a good business, he said.

Apple

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rose 2%. Karen Finerman said the company's earnings were pretty good.

Humana

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climbed 3%. Guy Adami said the company reported a good first quarter and raised guidance for the year. He said the last time the company did this, it slashed guidance a month later.

Nomura

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added 12%. Tim Seymour said the Japanese bank may be predatory in this environment. He said Japanese banks are worth a look.

RF Micro Devices

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jumped 4%. Adami said Jeffries upgraded the stock because the "Asian handset glut is over."

Drops

Goodyear

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dropped 6%. Adami said a JPMorgan downgrade today meant the stock gave up gains from last week.

Alberto-Culver

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was down 7%. Seymour said the company reported better-than-expected earnings. The top line wasn't so good, so the stock got smacked, he said.

Gemstar

( GMST) tumbled 21%. Macke asked why anyone would bother with Gemstar stock.

Bebe

(BEBE)

went down 11%. Finerman said that fear of bad things to come was taking shares down. Look elsewhere for a retailer, she said.

Sealy

(ZZ)

slipped 6%. Macke said he told viewers to sell this on its previous pop.

Smurfit-Stone

( SSCC) lost 7%. Finerman said this is a recession stock, offering cardboard. She said

UPS

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guided lower, but she wasn't sure why the stock went down today.