The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, March 21

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March 21 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Trish Regan, Betty Liu, and Olivia Sterns report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

We'll be back on the market in 30 minutes.

Thank you so much.

We want to count down to the open, the top 10 trades you need to know.

Olivia sterns, betty liu from san francisco.

We start with number 10, zion's bank or am i the only lender -- zion's bank or per and -- thanks corporation, the only lender to fail the risk task -- tests.

Number nine, discover financial.

He proposed a 20% dividend boost and a $1.6 billion stock buyback.

They have benefited for more rapid loan growth and an 11% gain in fourth-quarter profit.

Number eight, wellpoint, the health insurer, with projections still below estimates.

They expect to add one million new customers through the exchange is up by the affordable care act.

Number seven is nike with third quarter profits and sales that topped estimates, but signaled momentum may slow.

The strong dollar might hamper revenue abroad.

Time warner cable's ceo is set to receive a severance payment one -- when the comcast agreement to buy the company is successfully completed.

The other senior managers will get a big payout as well.

Number five, dadrden restaurants.

It's red lobster chains continue to struggle.

They backed a plan to spin off dreadlocked there.

Number four, blackberry.

They agreed to sell most of their real estate holdings in canada, getting more cash for its turnaround plan.

They will sell more than 3 million square feet of space and vacant property by the end of may.

Number three, symantec fired it hesitant and ceo steve bennett after less than two years on the job.

Determination comes after several top executives have left the company in recent months area much more to that's that -- recent months.

Much more to that story.

Yelp just and the new deal with the company formerly known as the yellow pages.

Number one, tiffany's. the luxury jewelry retailer posted profits that trailed estimates as expenses rose because of higher store and labor costs.

They had earnings for the year that fell short.

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