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Stocks to Watch: Priceline.com, GM and More ...

Six in 60
Six in 60

Stocks traded mixed Thursday amid mixed economic news and uncertainty over the outcome of events in the Middle East.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 10 points after bouncing below and above zero early Thursday, a day after the blue-chip index sank 107 points amid spreading unrest in the Middle East.

Exxon Mobil and Procter & Gamble led Dow decliners, while Boeing and Alcoa rose.

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

The online discount travel company was up more than 9 percent and trading at levels not seen in more than a decade.


Procter & Gamble
The manufacturer's shares were down about 1.5 percent, the company saying it will raise some prices as it deals with higher commodity costs.


Eagle Materials
The building materials manufacturer was upgraded to buy from neutral at Longbow Research.


General Motors
The automotive manufacturer posted a $510 million profit in Q4 and $4.7 billion for the year, but shares were trading lower, down about 4 percent.


Red Hat
The software manufacturer was downgraded to underweight from neutral at JPMorgan.


The automotive manufacturer was recalling more than two million vehicles in the United States to address problems with accelerator pedals.


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