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The Mover:Foot Locker (FL) popped 9%.
Trader Comment: It was a very good day to be a retailer, says Karen Finerman, but I don't think the move was more than that.
The Mover: Genworth Financial (GNW) popped 12%.
Trader Comment: Citi upgraded the stock, says Guy Adami. It feels like it still has momentum but the easy money is already made.
The Mover:Freeport McMoRan (FCX) popped 6%.
Trader Comment:They settled two major strikes, says Tim Seymour. Ironically, they benefit from higher copper prices due to strikes.
The Mover: Joy Global (JOYG) popped 7%.
Trader Comment:I look at this stock as a play on copper and a potential take out candidate, says Joe Terranova. I'd own this one with a $78.50 stop.
The Mover:Wynn Resorts (WYNN) popped 7%.
Trader Comment:The stock had been beaten up, explains Stephen Weiss, and it went up in tandem with the market. But it could go down with the market, too.
The Mover: Groupon (GRPN) dropped 9%
Trader Comment: I think investors are starting to realize that Groupon may not be the leader in its space, speculates Scott Nations.
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Trader disclosure: On Nov 28, 2011, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s "Fast Money" were owned by the "Fast Money" traders; Terranova; Long: VRTS, LQD, MUB, AXP, LULU, DECK, SBUX, CAT, CSCO, CAT, HES, EMC, IBM, SU; Adami: Long: NUE, MSFT, BTY, AGU, C, GS; Seymour: Long: AAPL, BAC, INTC; Finerman; Long AAPL & short calls, Long BAC, JPM-long stocks and leap options, YHOO-long stock short calls, IBM-long stock short calls; Short: SPY, IWM, MDY, SPY; Nations; long SPY, AMZN Call spreads, long volatility (by being long options but no VIX futures or options positions); Weiss: Long EUO, QCOM, NFLX Puts, HPQ, DE, MDRX
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