The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, March 14

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March 14 (Bloomberg) -- Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Olivia Sterns report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

All major currencies.

We are on the markets again in three minutes.

-- 30 minutes.

Thank you.

Let's count down the top 10. scarlet stays with me and olivia sterns joins as well.

Number 10, pepsico, which has been criticized again by nelson peltz who has been pushing the company to split its food and drinks business, saying they do not understand how frustrated shareholders are.

Number nine, cooper rubber and tire, reporting a drop in corporate earnings driven by a drop in sales.

Number eight, herbalife, nutritional product maker postponed its shareholder meeting as discussions continue with activist investor carl icahn about adding new board will dashboard nominees.

-- new board nominees.

They are being investigated for deceptive practices.

Number seven, target.

They admitted they were alerted of hacker activity but decided the warning did not warrant a follow-up.

An investigation found the company have the safeguards in place but failed to act on them.

Number six, reporting a loss of six cents a share, fuel systems solutions, who says they continue to focus on new opportunities and are in discussions for a possible renewal of credit facilities.

Number five, bp, when in right to compete for u.s. contract -- winning the right to compete for u.s. contracts in the gulf of mexico.

They are still recovering from the massive 20 time oil spill -- 2010 oil spill.

Number four, liberty media, the company controlled by john malone, abandoning the bid for sirius xm holdings.

They had offered to buy the satellite radio carrier's remaining shares.

Number three, altra salon.

Fourth quarter earnings rose 9.5%, topping estimates, but they gave a forecast that came in below contestants -- contestants.

Number two, general mills, posting profits that trailed estimates.

Sales volume fell about 1% in the quarter.

They plan to import -- report for this all to march 19. number one, aeropostale, reporting a 15% drop in same-store sales.

The private equity firm, sycamore partners, has taken a 5% stake in the company.

As a way for the opening bell, i want to bring in chris harvey, the director of discipline portfolio strategy at wells fargo securities.

His call is the bad winter weather was actually a positive.

Yes.

It has been a bad thing, but

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