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Stocks to Watch: Red Hat, CME Group and More ...

Six in 60
Six in 60

Stocks struggled Friday after a disappointing read on consumer sentiment but better-than-expected report on GDP growth.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average bobbed along the 10,000 linee. This came after the blue-chip index lost nearly 75 points in the previous session and logged its first finish below 10,000 since early July.

So which individual stocks are worth watching today? Here are six that are on the move:

Red Hat
The software compnay was hitting a new 52-week high Friday morning, trading at levels not seen since June, 2000.

-----------CME Group
The investment service company's estimates and price target were lowered at Jefferies. The firm notes that volume trends are slightly below estimates.

-----------SunPower
The solar products manufacturer was upgraded to buy from hold at Soleil Securities and at Raymond James.

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Supervalu
The food retailer and wholesaler was hitting a new 52-week low, trading at levels not seen since November, 2008.

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General Dynamics
The defense contractor was downgraded to hold from buy at Argus Research.

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Men's Wearhouse
The apparel company was upgraded to overweight from neutral at JPMorgan with a price target of $25.

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