Stocks rallied at the open Friday after a stronger-than-expected government jobs report, following a sharp global selloff in the previous session as investors were rattled over the ongoing European debt crisis.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average opened higher after nose-diving more than 500 points—its worst one-day fall since Dec. 2008.
Here are six stocks that are on the move:
Procter & Gamble
The global consumer products maker reported a better than expected fourth quarter profit, but the company forecasted a first quarter miss.
The weight management services company traded lower despite beating second quarter earnings estimates and raising its 2011 forecast.
The travel deals web site surged after a pair of analysts boosted the company's price target. Second quarter profit also more than doubled.
The computer manufacturer's price target was raised to $540 from $450 at Needham.
The insurance company swung to a second quarter profit, but still fell short of Wall Street estimates.
The equipment rental firm is a stock Cramer had his eye on all morning.
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