Morning Movers: Facebook, Twitter, Lululemon, Apple

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Dec. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu, Alix Steel and Tom Keene highlight the news you need to follow for today's trading on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

Facebook will be added to the s&p 500. it is already a member of the nasdaq.

Now it will be on the s&p starting december 23. more than $5 trillion of money tracks the s&p 500, and one analyst says that funds that track the s&p would need to buy 190 million shares of facebook.


I'm checking twitter, testing redesigns of profiles, hoping to keep users engaged.

230 million users attached to the side.

A buzz of activity to keep them on twitter.

Basically, what this would do is make users most popular posts most prominent, not necessarily in a timeline.

Shares of lululemon down more than 1/10. fourth-quarter earnings per share, revenues, same-store sales all disappointing because of delays in new merchandise.

This comes after the third- quarter profit each analyst estimates.

If you can believe what the premarket trade is telling, this stock is going to trading at its lowest in more than a year.

When we going to see lulu lemon and not think of share pants?

-- sheer pants?

A district court judge says that apple hasn't infringed on any of samsung's patents related to text messaging functions.

This is an accusation against most of the iphone 4s, 5. another victory for apple and

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