The following video is from Friday's Investor Beat, in which host Chris Hill, and analysts Ron Gross and Charly Travers dissect the hardest-hitting investing stories of the day.

Shares of Wells Fargo slide on Friday in the wake of disappointing earnings. Home Depot rises on an analyst upgrade. Starbucks perks up on news that its lowering the suggested retail prices on its bags of coffee sold in grocery stores. And J.C. Penney slides on news that the retailer has hired bankers at the Blackstone Group to figure out a way to raise $1B in cash. In our Movers and Shakers segment, our analysts discuss four stocks making waves on Wall Street.


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The relevant video segment can be found between 1:26 and 3:32

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