The Top Ten Stocks for Feb. 6

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Feb. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Adam Johnson, Julie Hyman and Cristina Alesci report on today’s ten most important stocks including Pandora, Disney and Twitter. (Source: Bloomberg)

I'm adam johnson and we are heading into the close.

Green mountain surging 27%. coca cola buy-in a stake in the country for about $1.3 billion.

They will make with -- wrork with keurig.

Up 20%, the most in the s&p 500, after the online content company diminished fears that they lost apple as a customer.

Number eight is yelp jumping 15%. $71 million beating consensus estimates and results were driven by robust growth spending by advertisers.

Pandora up 10% as guidance for the third quarter and -- pandora down 10%. a painful day.

Disney up 5% as they capitalize on the resurgence of the animation studio.

"frozen" helping taking an $865 million in global sales since its release.

This was my son's first movie in a movie theater.

That's kind of cool.

He made through without any bumps.

You put that up on the screen it is like a laser beam.

Dunkin' brands gaining.

They came in to the store spending more on coffee and doughnuts and they raise quarterly dividends and announced a two year share buyback row gram.

I know you guys just spoke to the ceo.

I wish we have been able to turn to the video quick enough of adams stuffing his face with a delicious boston creme doughnut.

It was heart-shaped.

That means you will not have dinner tonight.

I will have a big workout.

Ginny raycom sales rising nine percent easily beating estimates and let's get some video.

Now we are talking.

Also boosting fourth-quarter guidance seeing earning slightly above the prior view of $1.60 per share.

They cannot eat solid food in the week before.

They are definitely not eating dunkin doughnuts.

No solid foods week before the show.

Chesapeake down, the lowest since august and the second largest natural gas producer seeing the funding gap am planning more asset sales.

Fox up and they are controlled by rupert murdoch posting second-quarter sales topping estimates.

Cable programming fees fuel the revenue gains.

Let's talk about our number one stock.

It is twitter.

Plunging 24%, the most since it started trading because of the user growth concerns coming down and not running as fast.

More on their first earnings report coming up later in the hour and there is the closing

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