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Stocks to Watch: Estee Lauder, EOG Resources and More...

Six in 60
Six in 60

Stocks surged at the open after the government reported a surprisingly strong gain in jobs growth for April.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose more than 135 points, reversing Thursday's price action, in which the blue-chip index sank about 139 pointsamid a broad sell-off in commodities.

Here are six stocks that are on the move:

Estee Lauder
The New York-based company was trading near 52-week highs on Friday. The company more than doubled its third quarter profit on strong sales of make-up and skin care products.

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EOG Resources
The oil and gas producer reported a 14 percent increase in its quarterly profit. The company's results got a lift by the jump in crude prices over the last few months.

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E*TRADE Financial

The financial company was trading higher Friday morning, but shares were down on the week and pretty flat this year.

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Eastman Kodak
The photographic equipment company's stock rose Friday, but shares took a hit over the last year, down nearly 50 percent.

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El Paso Corp.
The oil and gas pipeline company's first quarter earnings beat estimates, with shares up more than 60 percent over the last year.

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LM Ericsson Telephone
The telephone company was trading close to 52-week highs on Friday, with shares up about 50 percent over the last year.

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