Stocks On The Move: First Solar, AIG...

Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of First Solar (FSLR) and AIG (AIG) popped while Home Depot (HD) and Lowe's (LOW) dropped.

POPS (stocks that jumped higher)

First Solar (FSLR) popped after hours. The solar panel maker signed a $1 billion module supply agreement. Pete Najarian likes this stock.

AIG (AIG) popped 1%. The former Chairman and CEO of the insurance giant said he was looking to re-shuffle management and was exploring "strategic alternatives." Karen Finerman says it was a mediocre pop on a mediocre move.

Marvel Entertainment (MVL) popped 16%. Spidey saved the day for Marvel shareholders. Booming sales of "Spiderman 3" merchandise tripling the comic book company's profits. – Jeff Macke likes MVL.

Ballard Power Systems (BLDP) popped 12%. The Canadian fuel-cell company exploded higher after word that they were in talks with Daimler & Ford to sell their automotive assets. – Pete Najarian thinks this company is “in the right place at the right time.”

Mattel (MAT) popped 4%. Barron's said the world's biggest toy company, recently at a 52-week low, might be ready to rebound from the toy recalls. – Jeff Macke likes Hasbro, more.

WellCare (WCG) popped 22%. The health insurer who's shares were murdered amid an FBI investigation last month, was brought back to life after they posted at 67% increase and profits and one analyst said the impact of the probe would be limited. – Karen Finerman says, “Stay away!”

SYSCO (SYY) popped 2%. The food distributor posted a 16% pop in profits. Guy Adami likes the company but wait for a pullback.

DROPS: (stocks that slid lower)

Home Depot (HD) & Lowe's (LOW) dropped 2% and 3%. Deutsche Bank took down the two home improvement retailers with a pair of downgrades.

Herbalife (HLF) dropped 11%. The maker of nutritional supplements fell after a fraud watchdog group accused the company's distributors of using a banned business model to sell more of its products in China. – Pete Najarian says if they’re cheating, they should be penalized.

Burger King (BKC) dropped 4%. Although profits were up on sales of late night and breakfast menu items, a private equity group that owns 58% of BKC said they were selling 23 million shares.- Jeff Macke says it will take a while to digest the sale.


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