'Fast Money' Pops & Drops: Cisco Rides

The network equipment maker's stock jumps on an upgrade.
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Exxon Mobil

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rose 10%. Terranova explained that Oppenheimer raised its rating on the entire oil sector today.

Cisco Systems

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jumped 5% after Morgan Keegan upgraded the network equipment maker from market perform to outperform. Najarian says "everyone thinks the networkers are undervalued."

ING Group

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soared 21%. Seymour pointed out that ING was the first Netherlands bank to dip into money made available by the government.

Pacific Sunwear of California


traded up 5% after the specialty retailer received a buyout offer for $296 million from Adrenalina. Finerman says "the move didn't mean too much."


Research In Motion


dropped 8% after Morgan Keegan cut its revenue estimates for the maker of BlackBerry devices. Terranova said to avoid RIMM right now because the stock is under significant pressure for good reasons.


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slipped 2% after Morgan Stanley cut its rating on the stock to equal-weight from overweight and lowered its price target to $50 from $60. Najarian said, "Ouch!"

Toy stocks such as


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traded down 4% and


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lost 2%. Seymour said the outlook for the Christmas season is "grim" this year.

General Growth Properties


dove 8%. Finerman says "stay away, everything is going wrong for GGP."

Hormel Foods

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plunged 11% after the meat and food producer cut its full-year forecast. Terranova mentioned that the stock traded 2 million shares and said he would avoid it at all costs.

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