Fuwei Films ( FFHL) surged 22% on its first full trading day as a public company. On Friday, the company completed an initial public offering of 4.3 million ordinary shares at a price of $8.28 each. Total gross proceeds were $35.7 million. Lately, shares of Fuwei were up $2.68 to $15.19. Applica ( APN) was rising after Nacco Industries ( NC) increased its buyout offer for the company to $7.50 a share from $7. Applica was recently up 7.4% to $7.82. Nacco was down 0.5% to $138.50. Goodyear's ( GT) shares were up after the company and the United Steelworkers reached a tentative agreement on a new contract, bringing an end to a strike that began Oct. 5. The tiremaker's stock was adding 1.8% to $20.07. Garmin ( GRMN) was lower despite news that it received a decision from a U.S. District Court in Wisconsin giving it a complete victory in its defense of TomTom's claims of infringement of three patents. The ruling left unadjudicated many of the claims filed by Garmin against TomTom. Shares of Garmin fell 0.8% to $54.72. Partner Communications ( PTNR) was weaker after it named David Avner as CEO, effective Jan. 1. Avner, currently deputy CEO and chief operating officer, will succeed Amikam Cohen, Partner's founding CEO. Shares of Partner were dropping 1.5% to $11.53.