The Top Ten Stocks for Feb. 26

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Feb. 26 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s Trish Regan, Julie Hyman and Matt Miller report on today’s ten most important stocks including Abercrombie & Fitch, Cablevision and Lowe’s. (Source: Bloomberg)

After the home improvement chain announced a plan to buy back 5 million dollars in shares, fourth-quarter profit rose 6.3% as the housing rebound spurred sentiment.

First solar, down nine percent after posting a climbing quarterly profits.

Solar panel manufacturers said that profits fell as revenues in the power plants came from revenue in the southwest.

Chesapeake, shares down five percent after they missed analyst profit estimates by their negative -- biggest margin in two years.

The cost to exit leases and cut jobs rose.

Number seven, dollar tree, gaining four percent despite fourth-quarter profits climbing seven percent as severe weather and a shorter holiday failed dollar tree in a weak forecast.

Number six is linkedin, shares are up, rbc recommended buying the stock, they rose the rating on the company to outperform from sector reform.

Number five is dreamworks, down 12%, reporting that fourth-quarter revenue fell 23% after home-video sales of "turbo," missed estimates.

Did you see it?

I did not.

This is the show on netflix?


Wait, we have small children.

You did see it?

I have not.

Is about cars and racing.

It is about snails, actually.

Well, yes.

But i have seen the show on netflix.

Is it good?

No, not at all.

It is a good concept.

The little snail that could, right?

I mean, i clicked on it.

There you go.

Fourth-quarter profits beating estimates at abercrombie, buying back one hundred $50 million in the fourth quarter.

Number three, arrow post all, gaining six percent, working with barclays to explore options on the sales of convertible notes and preferred stocks to a private equity firm.

So, not improving the product offering.

They are under pressure from shareholders, actually.

Cablevision, up four percent as revenue topped estimates, the company reported its operating cash flow was up 49%. cash flow is something that people buy these cable providers for.

Getting to our number one stock of the day, barnes & noble, jumping four percent after posting $60.3 million in third-quarter profits.

The company is cutting spending and its digital unit, with job cuts announced earlier.

We will see how this all settles out.

Looks like right now we are not

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