The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, February 14

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Feb. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Olivia Sterns, and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

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The world's largest soup maker is heating up after reporting a jump in quarterly prop it -- quarterly profit.

At number nine it is truly a -- it is trulia.

They will spend approximately $45 million on a new campaign that will target company -- target customers using mobile devices.

Petroleum will separate into a specific company.

It will be the biggest acreage holder in the state.

Aig, third-quarter profit the estimates and raised its dividend by 25% and issued a $1 billion share buyback program.

It will also eliminate three percent of its workforce, 1500 jobs.

It was part of their efforts to become more efficient and reduce management layers.

Number six is natural resources surging after the company posted fourth-quarter earnings that beat analyst estimates.

It also expects accelerated economic growth in the u.s. and continued expansion in china.

Gnc holdings health supplements, reporting fourth-quarter results that missed analysts.

Gmc also issuing disappointing guidance for the year.

Number four it is comcast, the cable giant still being bugged after its $45 billion agreement to buy time warner cable.

Comcast faces a review by the justice department and by the fcc to determine whether the deal is in the public interest.

Fourth-quarter profit rose 10% from last year but the resorts -- the result still fell short of analyst estimates.

A 30% gain in the direct to consumer channel.

Weight watchers international, the diet company closing a 40% drop in fourth-quarter earnings.

Membership sales continued to decline.

Weight watchers also issuing a dismal profit for the year.

Joseph a bank, the men's retailer says it will buy the eddie bauer rant for $825 million.

The coalition will create substantial opportunity for growth and synergy.

Turning back to the comcast news

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