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Stocks to Watch: Apollo Group, Macy's and More ...

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Stocks pared some early losses Friday, but were still lower ahead of a shortened post-holiday session, as investors fled from risk on worries that euro zone debt problems may continue to spread.

TheDow Jones Industrial Average was down almost 70 points, led by Alcoa , Caterpillar andHewlett-Packard . Cisco was among the only gainers on the blue-chip index.

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

Macy's
The retailer was trading at highs not seen since May of 2008.

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Apollo Group
The private education provider was trading at lows not seen since November, 2006.

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Autozone
The automotive parts and accessories retailer was trading at an all-time high.

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Cisco
The communications and information technology company's shares were up nearly 1 percent, the only Dow 30 stock in the green on Black Friday.

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Big Lots
The big-box discounter was one of the few retailers trading higher on Black Friday, with shares up more than 1 percent.

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Camden Property Trust
The real estate investment trust's estimates were raised at Cowen & Co. The firm also raised Q4 and F11 estimates and believes fundamentals continue to improve.

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