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Here's a sampling of what made Today's Lists today, June 5:

52-Week Highs: Palm ( PALM) hit another 52-week high on Friday of $14.14 before closing down 4 cents for the day at $13. According to Sprint ( S) CEO Dan Hesse, Palm's Pre phone represents a "coming out" party for Sprint. 3Com ( COMS) and Netease.com ( NTES) also hit year highs.

Biggest % Gainers: Real Goods Solar ( RSOL) surged $1.12, or 53.9%, to close at $3.20 on Friday after it signed a $30 million contract to design and build a solar electric system for a school district in California. Palomar Medical ( PMTI) was another big gainer for the day, closing up 52.7% at $16.73 after receiving marketing approval for an at-home laser wrinkle treatment.

Biggest % Losers: Hemispherx Biopharma ( HEB) slid 27.2% to close at $2.73 on Friday on reports that the company's claims that approval is pending for its chronic fatigue syndrome drug are based on an 8-year-old government report.

Rising on Unusual Volume: Baidu.com ( BIDU) closed up 3.6% on a 47% increase in volume.

Analyst Upgrades: Friday's upgrades included Nike ( NKE), upgraded from neutral to outperform at Robert Baird with a $69 price target based on a projected sales increased due to a weaker dollar.

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