Pops Yahoo! ( YHOO) traded up 10% after Microsoft ( MSFT) CEO Steve Ballmer said a Yahoo! ad deal makes sense. Finerman said the news is good for Carl Icahn.

Safeway ( SWY) advanced 8%. Najarian warned investors that the Nov. 20 puts were very active in SWY.

Hershey ( HSY) popped 6% after the nation's second-largest candymaker reported third-quarter profits doubled due to lower costs. Adami says "I think you can get long."

General Electric ( GE) rose 3%. Finerman joked "outstanding move in GE today."

AstraZeneca ( AZN) traded up 6%. Najarian pointed out the stock is just moving up with the advance in the European markets.

SunPower ( SPWRA) soared 24% after the solar company said third-quarter profits nearly tripped as sales surged. Najarian said SunPower has a long way to go to catch up to the stock's decline from $164 a share.

Harley-Davidson ( HOG) added 7% despite reporting weak third-quarter profits and cutting their full-year forecast. Adami says "the stock made a 52-week low and reversed."

Drops Winnebago Industries ( WGO) plunged 23% after the maker of motor homes reported a fourth-quarter loss and suspended its dividend. Terranova said the stock isn't looking too good.

Barclays ( BCS) dropped 8%. Terranova explained the market is saying that Barclays will have a tough time raising capital.

eBay ( EBAY) fell 2% after the online auctioneer issued a disappointing forecast due to slowdown in consumer spending. Adami says "stay away."
This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.

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