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:
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.
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.
The financial company was trading higher Friday morning, but shares were down on the week and pretty flat this year.
The photographic equipment company's stock rose Friday, but shares took a hit over the last year, down nearly 50 percent.
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.
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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