The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, January 24

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Jan. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Alix Steel and Olivia Sterns report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

With the top 10. these are the only traits you need to know about today.

Olivia sterns joins in.

Let's start with number 10, ladies.

Transocean, wells fargo downgraded along with a two notch downgrade overall.

The firm sees the industry as a traffic here and predict there may be some more serious rate cutting.

Number nine is to poll a. another downgrade this morning.

-- is chippotle.

They are not changing their price target now.

Number eight, intuitive surgical, reporting a 23% decline in fourth-quarter sales from the year earlier.

The company blamed the sales drop on obamacare and says sales this year will probably be lower than in 2013. number seven, the largest drug deserter in the u.s. acquiring 75% of its european rival in a $5.4 billion deal, it will boost mckesson's earnings.

65,000 pharmacies and hospitals.

Number six of apple.

I'd lawmakers -- i phone makers.

Samsung has been struggling to get bug with apple's appeal to the high end customers.

Number five, international game technology shares.

Following the premarket this morning after fourth-quarter earnings and revenue missed analysts' estimates.

The company which makes computerized casino games said they have potential further downside risks.

Downgraded to neutral from a buy.

Juniper networks is number four.

I reported fourth-quarter earnings beat wall street estimates.

The company is benefiting from increased the demands from the telik mitigation deals as carriers bolster their networks to handle surging web traffic.

A rival for cisco.

Number three, it kansas city southern.

Despite record or quarter and 2013 revenue.

The company earned $1.03 in the fourth quarter, missing analystss' estimates of $1.10. number two, bristol- myers squibb, shares were up 16% from a year ago.

And our number one stop, guys, none other than microsoft.

The software maker reporting record sales things to the xbox one game console and sale of its tablets compared to previous quarters.

Microsoft is firing on some signals at least here.

It is time for a call to markets.

Matt mccormick's call -- let's

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