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Stocks to Watch: Rosetta Resources, Staples and More...

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Monday, 9 May 2011 | 10:55 AM ET
Six in 60
Six in 60

Stocks fluctuated between positive and negative territory on Monday, shaken a bit by Standard & Poor's downgrade of Greece, after a volatile week that ended with the markets lower overall.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell about 10 points after a better-than-expected April jobs report helped stocks bounce back on Friday after four days of losses.

Here are six stocks that are on the move:

Rosetta Resources
The oil and gas company was up about 13 percent Monday morning even after its first quarter profit fell short of expectations.

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Abercrombie & Fitch
The clothing retailer was cut to neutral from positive at Susquehanna on a valuation call.

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Express Scripts
The health care company was trading at all-time high levels not seen since its IPO back in 1992.

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Staples
The office supply retailer was the biggest loser on the Nasdaq 100 Monday after being cut to reduce from neutral at Nomura.

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Estee Lauder
The cosmetics company hit all-time highs not seen since its IPO in 1995..

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Aeropostale
The clothing retailer was trading around lows not seen since December, 2009.

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