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Pops & Drops: Research In Motion, Halliburton, Priceline and More

Herein are movers that grabbed the "Fast Money" traders attention this week:

POPS (stocks that moved higher)

Research In Motion (RIMM) popped 3%: The BlackBerry maker's stock surged this week on news of expanding global tablet sales and overall market chatter that its Playbook devices will be a success. EmergingMoney.com's Tim Seymour warned this stock is "very hot."

Halliburton (HAL) popped 9%: The oil and natural gas company's stock rallied on reports that it plans to increase capital spending next year by about a fifth, as it targets new opportunities outside the US market. Karen Finerman, president of Metropolitan Capital Advisors, said with oil prices up, it's not a bad time to be in this industry.

Priceline (PCLN) popped 9%: Although the online travel company reported third-quarter dropped nearly 30 percent, results overall topped the Street’s expectations. The company also reported fourth-quarter earnings far above expectations. Guy Adami, managing partner of Drakon Capital, said valuation is stretched.

DROPS (stocks that fell)

Boeing (BA) dropped 10%: The aerospace giant falling back after receiving both a downgrade from Sanford Bernstein Friday and announced it lost delivery orders earlier this week. Stuart Frankel's Steve Frankel would not buy this name right now.

J. C. Penney (JCP) dropped 3%: The department store operator reported higher merchandise levels and indications of poorer profits to come. While the good earnings results are nice, Patty Edwards of Trutina Financial noted the company has pricing concerns. She doesn't want to play in the middle-consumer space and would pass on a name like this.

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Trader disclosure: On November 12, 2010, the day this video was recorded, following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s "Fast Money" were owned by the "Fast Money" traders; Tim Seymour owns (AAPL), (GOOG) and (INTC). Steve Grasso owns (ASTM) (BA), ,(BAC), (BWC), (C), (CSCO), (JPM), (LPX), (MOT), (NDAQ), (PFE) and (PRST). Guy Adami owns (AGU), (BTU), (NUE), (C), (GS), (INTC) and (MSFT). Karen Finerman owns (AAPL) and (HAIN).

STEVE GRASSO
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (AAPL)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (CSCO)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (CUBA)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (GERN)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (HSPO)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (NWS.A)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (NYX)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (PDE)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (PFE)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (PRST)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (RDC)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (TLM)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (XRX)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (SDS)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners own (S)
Stuart Frankel & Co And Its Partners Own (UNM)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners are short (QQQQ)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners are short (MCD)
Stuart Frankel & Co and it’s partners are short (AAPL)

GUY ADAMI
Adami’s wife works at Merck

KAREN FINERMAN
Finerman’s firm owns (ANF)
Finerman’s firm owns (GOOG)
Finerman’s firm owns (TGT)
Finerman’s firm owns (TJX)
Finerman’s firm owns (WMT)

PATTY EDWARDS
PENDING

PETER BOOCKVAR
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