Stocks to Watch: FB, FDO, CCL & More

Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers:


Facebook continues to power forward, up 28 percent off its lows. Nomura issuing a buy rating.

Family Dollar moved higher after Citi boosted its price target to $80 from $69 a share.

Carnival Corporation , the world’s largest cruise operator, moved lower after reporting a 93 percent drop in earnings year over year.

Universal Display jumped after Deutsche Bank started coverage with a buy rating. The firm is bullish on its model of licensing technology.

Repligen dropped after the FDA said the company must conduct further trials on pancreatic treatment.

Harvest Natural Resources soared after the oil company agreed to sell its Venezuelan assets to Indonesia’s state-owned giantPT Pertamina for $725 million.

NPS Pharmaceuticals rose after a European panel recommended approval for its Revestive drug for adults with short bowel syndrome.

First Solar moved higher after it resumed construction at a giant California solar project site.

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