Pops & Drops: Procter & Gamble, United Airlines...
Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Procter & Gamble and United Airlines popped while Navistar and Monsanto dropped.
POPS (stocks that jumped higher)
Procter & Gamble (PG) popped 4%. The company announced plans to lower prices in parts of the developing world to increase sales. - I think they're still facing challenges as input costs increase, says Zach Karabell.
United Airlines (UAUA) popped 19%. JPMorgan upgrade the airline to overweight from underweight citing improving trends. - I'm not a buyer on this upgrade, says Jon Najarian.
US Nat Gas Fund (UNG) popped 10%. This ETF that tracks nat gas moved in tandem with the underlying commodity; higher. - That's a big move, says Pete Najarian.
Manitowoc (MTW) popped 7%. The stock is still riding from an upgrade earlier in the week. - Nice lift, says Pete Najarian.
AngloGold (AU) popped 3%. The company announced plans to expand into the Congo, mining’s last frontier. - Pretty good, says Tim Seymour.
Tiffany & Co. (TIF) popped 2%. Credit Suisse upgraded the jeweler to 'outperform' from 'neutral', citing its strong brand image and potential for top line growth.
RadioShack (RSH) popped 8%. Morgan Stanley upgraded the company to ‘overweight’ from ‘equal weight’, saying the it may increase share buybacks
DROPS (stocks that slid lower)
Navistar (NAV) dropped 7%. The truck and engine maker reported a third quarter loss and lowered its full year earnings outlook. - That's no good, says Tim Seymour.
Monsanto (MON) dropped 5%. The ag name forecast fiscal 2010 earnings below Wall Street estimates, due in part to a glut of herbicide supply.
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