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Pops & Drops: Time Warner, Starbucks, Expedia and More

The "Fast Money" traders discussed some market movers you might have missed this past week:

POPS (stocks that went higher)

BorgWarner (BWA) popped 5%: Shares of BWA rallied after an upturn in auto production and several other parts makers reported strong third-quarter results. Guy Adami of Drakon Capital said BorgWarner and Ford Motor are the names he'd recommend in the auto space.

Time Warner (TWC) popped 7%:The cable operator posted a strong week after third-quarter earnings rose 34 percent, beating the average analyst estimate. While he thought its earnings looked great, Steve Grasso of Stuart Frankel wouldn't buy TWC because he doesn't like cable companies.

Starbucks (SBUX) popped 8%:The coffee giant's stock rallied this week after the company reported fourth-quarter income nearly doubled on a 17 percent revenue increase. Consumers are still coming in, said Joe Terranova of Virtus Investment Partners. He would buy this stock.

Massey Energy (MEE) popped 11%:The coal producer's stock surged this week after buyout rumors continue to surround the company. Being as this stock has had some safety issues in the past, author Stephen Weiss recommends selling MEE.

DROPS (stocks that went lower)

Expedia (EXPE) dropped 5%:The online travel company had a rough week after American Airlines said it would stop providing fare data. Brian Kelly of Kanundrum Capital recommends staying away from this stock.

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Trader disclosure: On November 5th, 2010, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s "Fast Money" were owned by the "Fast Money" traders; Adami owns (AGU), (BTU), (NUE), (C), (GS), (INTC), (MSFT); Adami’s wife works at Merck; Weiss owns (MEE), (MS), (QCOM), (FWLT), (UAL), (CSX), (UPS); Terranova owns (APA), (AAPL), (AXP), (C), (GOOG), (GS), (FCX), (HES), (IBM), (MCD), (NKE), (ORCL), (PCP), (PEP), (UPL), (VRTS), (XBI); Terranova owns (FCX) puts; Terranova owns (FFIV) puts; Terranova owns (SLB) puts; Grasso owns (ASTM), (BA), (BAC), (C), (CSCO), (JPM), (LPX), (MO), (MOT), (NDAQ), (PFE), (PRST), (DIS), (OIH), (OXY), (PFE) and (POT)
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