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 Tuesday.

Pops

AIG ( AIG) was up 2%. Karen Finerman attributed the pop to a favorable Barron's piece but said she didn't understand the case.

ImClone ( IMCL) jumped 3%. Jeff Macke advised staying away from biotech.

Tesoro ( TSO) climbed 5%. Tim Seymour said to own the stock for the next six weeks.

Steve Madden ( SHOO) ticked up 9%. Finerman called the move "interesting." The company said it wasn't for sale, announced a Dutch auction and posted good numbers, she said.

Office Max ( OMX) rose 5%. Macke recommended selling some tomorrow.

Holly ( HOC) rocketed 12%. Guy Adami proclaimed he loves the story but instructed viewers to take some off.

Barclays ( BCS) went up 10%. Finerman said the U.K. banks got a lift because everything wasn't as bad as people had thought.

Corinthian Colleges ( COCO) took off 14%. Adami said he saw a little room on the upside.

Corporate Express ( CXP) floated up 39%. Macke said he liked the Dutch office-supply company.

Harmony Gold ( HUM) took off 10%. Seymour said the lagging stock was finally catching up to its sector.

Drops

Clear Channel ( CCU) fell 4%. Adami said there was a lot of noise around the stock. He said he doesn't like litigation, but the stock is interesting at $30.

Suntech ( STP) slipped 5%. Seymour called the trade "concerning" for the broader market.

Onyx Pharma ( ONXX) tumbled 25%. Adami said the fall indicates that a biotech stock can be "taken out to the woodshed" at any time.

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