Domino's Pizza (DPZ) popped 22%. The second- biggest U.S. pizza chain announced strong profits in the face of rising cheese and grain prices. – Not bad, says Jeff Macke.
CME Group (CME) popped 12%. The world's largest futures exchange beat analyst expectations suggesting that it could benefit from higher trading volumes going forward. – It might be worth playing from the longside, says Joe Terranova.
The Stanley Works (SWK) popped 7%. Hammers, staple guns and more moved out the door with the company reporting higher sales. – Nice job, says Karen Finerman.
Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) popped 18%. Julie, your cruise director is safe, but the world's second largest cruise operator cut jobs. – I’m not a buyer, says Joe Terranova.
WellCare Health Plans (WCG) popped 24%. The managed care provider will restate earnings from 2004-2007. – Turns out it’s not a big amount of money and that’s cause for celebration, explains Karen Finerman.
Blockbuster (BBI) popped 7%. Pali Research upgraded the company to 'Buy' from 'Neutral' citing an impressive 1st quarter. – I’d sell the pop, says Jeff Macke.
Legg Mason (LM) popped 14%. The fund manager said it will be able to preserve its quarterly dividend. – I’d be a buyer around $31, says Joe Terranova.
Amylin Pharma. (AMLN) popped 8%. Goldman Sachs added the company to its Conviction Buy List saying it stands to benefit from the diabetes drug, Byetta. – They didn’t make a lot of money but they didn’t lose so much either, says an indecisive Pete Najarian.
DROPS (stocks that slid lower)
Vodafone (VOD) And Ericsson (ERIC) both dropped more than 10%. Both dropped on fears that consumer spending will slow on wireless products. – That’s a bad forecast, says Pete Najarian.
SanDisk (SNDK) dropped 24%. A product glut caused the chip maker to miss estimates. – It’s a tough time to be tech company, says Jeff Macke.
Batman. London police arrested Christian Bale, the actor who portrayed Batman in the smash hit 'The Dark Knight', on allegations that he assaulted his mother and sister in London's posh Dorchester Hotel.
Boston Scientific Corp. (BSX) dropped 11%. Earnings fell due to lower sales and charges from acquisitions and restructuring. – They’re starting to have problems, says Pete Najarian.
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