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Here are the highlights of stocks discussed on CNBC’s Fast Money on July 26.

Office Depot, Inc. (NYSE:ODP) - Up 11%.

Karen Finerman was skeptical and stated:

Yes, a gigantic pop. It was up more during the day. I think the bar was quite low and they have a new debt deal… so they are not quite dead yet.

Office Depot, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, supplies office products and services. The company is trading below analysts' estimates. Office Depot has a median price target of $5 by 15 brokers and a high target of $8.50. The last up/downgrade activity was on Mar 30, 2011, when Caris & Company initiated coverage on the company with an Average rating.


Molycorp (NYSE:MCP) - Up 7%.

Guy Adami was bearish on the name and stated:

A briefing paper from GE lighting got this one going. This one will give you motion sickness. I can’t get my arms around it… and I can’t believe you can pile into it now.

Molycorp, Inc., a development stage company, focuses on the production and sale of rare earth oxides from stockpiled feed stocks in the western hemisphere. The company is trading significantly below analysts' estimates. MCP has a median price target of $90 by 5 brokers and a high target of $120. The last up/downgrade activity was on Nov 16, 2010, when Dahlman Rose initiated coverage on the company with a Buy rating.


Ford (NYSE:F) - Down 2%.

Joe Terranova is bullish long term on the name and stated:

I’m (long Ford) for investment grade status, the return of the dividend in 2012 I don’t know if it is going to get there. In the near term there is share price weakness… UAW contract has to be negotiated still.

Ford Motor Company primarily develops, manufactures, distributes, and services vehicles and parts worldwide. It operates in two sectors, automotive and financial services. The company is trading significantly below analysts' estimates. F has a median price target of $19 by 13 brokers and a high target of $22. The last up/downgrade activity was on Oct 14, 2010, when Deutsche Bank upgraded the company from Hold to Buy.


AK Steel Holding Corporation (NYSE:AKS) - Down 17%.

Zach Carabell was bearish and stated:

You had US Steel (NYSE:X) going down as well, with infrastructure spending not on the horizon politically, and no housing it is hard for these companies to do well in America.

AK Steel Holding Corporation, through its subsidiaries, produces flat-rolled carbon, stainless, and electrical steels, and tubular products primarily in the United States and internationally. The company is trading significantly below analysts' estimates. AK Steel has a median price target of $18.50 by 12 brokers and a high target of $24. The last up/downgrade activity was on Apr 27, 2011, when Dahlman Rose upgraded the company from Hold to Buy.


3M Co. (NYSE:MMM) - Down 5%.

Dan Nathan was bearish on the name and stated:

You know the stock was down today, they missed on the margins and they guided down for the full year… components going in to LCD TVs were weak, so the stock is down today.

3M Company, together with subsidiaries, operates as a diversified technology company worldwide. The company is trading significantly below analysts' estimates. 3M Company has a median price target of $108 by 17 brokers and a high target of $125. The last up/downgrade activity was on Apr 28, 2010, when Barclays Capital upgraded the company from Equal Weight to Overweight.


Final Trade Highlights

Church & Dwight Co. Inc. (NYSE:CHD)

Guy Adami was bullish on the name and stated:

(Go long) Church & Dwight Co. Inc.

Church & Dwight Co., Inc., together with its subsidiaries, develops, manufactures, and markets a range of household, personal care, and specialty products under various brand names in the United States and internationally. The company is trading on par with analysts' estimates. Church & Dwight has a median price target of $42.25 by 14 brokers and a high target of $47. The last up/downgrade activity was on Apr 12, 2010, when UBS downgraded the company from Buy to Neutral.


CVS Caremark Corporation (NYSE:CVS)

Karen Finerman was bullish on the name and stated:

I like CVS I think the express scripts Medco merger is very good for CVS.

CVS Caremark Corporation operates as a pharmacy services company in the United States. The company is trading on par with analysts' estimates. CVS Caremark has a median price target of $43 by 19 brokers and a high target of $47. The last up/downgrade activity was on Apr 28, 2011, when Standpoint Research downgraded the company from Buy to Hold.


Source: CNBC's Fast Money Recap: 5 Pops, 2 Drops