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Here are the highlights of stocks discussed on CNBC’s Fast Money on July 25.

Texas Instruments Inc. (NASDAQ:TXN) – Guy Adami was bullish on the name and stated, "I think the stock might shrug off this quarter. We will see."

Texas Instruments engages in the design and sale of semiconductors to electronics designers and manufacturers worldwide. The company is trading below analysts' estimates. Texas Instruments has a median price target of $38 by 34 brokers and a high target of $44. The last up/downgrade activity was on Mar. 23, when Longbow initiated coverage on the company with a Buy rating.

Pops and Drops Highlights

Pops:

Eaton Corporation (NYSE:ETN): Up 3%. Tim Seymour was bullish on the name and stated, "They had a big beat on the second quarter numbers, up 47% ... on the numbers, not on the stock.”

Eaton operates as a power management company worldwide. The company is trading below analysts' estimates. Eaton has a median price target of $63 by 19 brokers and a high target of $67. The last up/downgrade activity was on Apr. 19, when Oppenheimer upgraded the company from Perform to Outperform.

Drops:

HCA Inc. (NYSE:HCA): Down 19%. Karen Finerman was bearish on the name and stated, "Pretty significant drop in earnings …. They blamed it on fewer people seeking complex surgeries. I won’t jump in just yet.”

HCA offers health care services in the United States. The company is trading below analysts' estimates. HCA has a median price target of $40 by 22 brokers and a high target of $43. The last up/downgrade activity was on Apr. 19, when Robert W. Baird initiated coverage on the company with an Outperform rating.

IMAX Corporation (NYSE:IMAX): Down 13%. Adami was bearish on the name and stated, "Stifel lowered their price target. That is why they are down."

IMAX, together with its subsidiaries, operates as an entertainment technology company worldwide. The company is trading below analysts' estimates. IMAX has a median price target of $38 by 15 brokers and a high target of $42. The last up/downgrade activity was on May 3, when Stifel Nicolaus initiated coverage on the company with a Hold rating.

Lorillard, Inc. (NYSE:LO): Down 4%. Jon Najarian was bearish on the name and stated:

Revenues were pretty much in line … some would say they missed. Then the CEO got on and said they are not going to be able to make these kinds of sales growth issues going forward and they are not going to have a big sales driver … thus the sell off today.

Lorillard, through its subsidiaries, engages in the manufacture and sale of cigarettes in the United States. The company is trading below analysts' estimates. Lorillard has a median price target of $121 by six brokers and a high target of $124. The last up/downgrade activity was on Mar. 18, when Davenport upgraded the company from Neutral to Buy.

Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK): Down 2%. Joe Terranova was bullish on the name and stated:

I liked what Tim said about Nokia and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT). Broadcom (NASDAQ:BRCM) in afterhours is talking about the best opportunity in 3G being with Nokia. I think Nokia is a straight buy.

Nokia manufactures and sells mobile devices, and provides Internet and digital mapping and navigation services worldwide. The company is trading below analysts' estimates. Nokia has a median price target of $7 by 20 brokers and a high target of $12.80. The last up/downgrade activity was on Apr. 6, when Standpoint Research initiated coverage on the company with a Buy rating.

Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours.

Source: CNBC's Fast Money Recap: Pops, Drops and Texas Instruments