Dupont dropped .
The catalyst:Dupont's first-quarter profit beat Wall Street's expectations, helped by price hikes and sales of insecticides and genetically modified seeds.
The trade: "The company has transformed itself and I like the story," says trader Stephanie Block.
Philip Morris dropped .
The catalyst: Philip Morris cut its full-year earnings guidance on Thursday to account for the strengthening U.S. dollar.
The trade: "They sell Marlboro and other brands of cigarettes outside the U.S. A stronger dollar is a problem," says trader Simon Baker.
UNP dropped .
The catalyst:UNP reported quarterly results that beat forecasts, driven by pricing gains, fuel surcharges and double-digit freight revenue increases.
The trade: "I like Kansas City Southern ahead of earnings, that’s the way to play the rails," says trader Guy Adami.
United Health popped .
The catalyst: Results from UnitedHealth suggested the company was winning market share away from rivals.
The trade: "The talked about membership growth. We haven’t heard that in a long time from this group," says trader Stephanie Block.
Travelers popped .
The catalyst:Travelers reported earnings that blew past estimates and the firm raised its dividend 12 percent as natural disaster losses declined and insurance rates continued to rise.
The trade: "I’m a buyer," says trader Mike Murphy. “I like the valuations and expect the stock to go higher on a global rebound."
Nvidia dropped .
The catalyst: Perhaps investors are selling the news afterNvidia released a picture on Facebook hinting that it will make an important announcement soon.
The trade: "This is a great beta stock if you’re looking for something that could pop on a short covering rally but longer-term the better play is long Intel," says trader Guy Adami.
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