The Top Ten Stocks for Feb. 28

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Feb. 28 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s Trish Regan, Julie Hyman and Olivia Sterns report on today’s ten most important stocks including Monster Beverage, United and Gap. (Source: Bloomberg)

Fourth-quarter sales that beat analysts's to mitts.

Results seem to validate the company's recent efforts to combat the assault on its drink and marketing practices.

Number nine, up half a percent, raising its ratings to mutual from negative.

Trip advisor will benefit from a growing trend that online travel agents are taking more shared from the smaller players.

Eight, falling six percent today.

The cloud computing company's net loss widened during the fourth quarter as progressive spending pressured margins.

Its cfo will retire in march of next year after holding the job since 2008. seven, tier one imports.

Pier one says lowered guidance is due to recent adverse weather which resulted in considerably softer store traffic as well as store closing.

One bright spot in retail came from the gap, just a fraction.

The ceo working to maintain sales growth as apparel retailers have been cutting prices in an attempt to keep shoppers coming into malls.

Gap also saying he will open its first old navy store in china on march 1. five, 3-d systems up one percent after the company protected its revenue would hit $1 billion by next year, up from $513 million this year.

3-d printers stocks have been on the rise since mid-january after market leaders guided estimates downwards, saying significant r&d investments in marketing costs.

Revenue is up 52%. this stock down year to date.

You would have to have a strong stomach to invest in 3-d stocks.

They have been so volatile.

Four, citigroup.

Down half a percent.

It's mexican banking unit gets about 20% of its revenue from latin america and has stumbled.

We will see how it makes it out of this one.

. three, united.

A benchmark revenue gauge will decline this quarter due to severe weather.

Blame it on the weather like everyone else.

Winter storms are forcing cancellations of more than 22,000 flights at united.

The weather will catch up with people.


A. bank gained two percent.

The retailer agreed to meet with men's wearhouse to discuss a potential merger.

The prospect of talks marks the latest twist in a five-month takeover battle between the two purveyors of discount suits.

It started with jos.

A. bank offering a takeover bid.

It's incredible how this saga is playing out, all for some suits.

Number one, deckard.

Dropping 12% today after forecasting unexpected fourth-quarter loss.

Analysts had estimated a profit of $.10 a share.

Here we are at the close of trading.

Closing out the day in positive territory.

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