The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, November 15

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Nov. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks including Vanda Pharmaceuticals, Samsung, and Sony. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Need to know about.

Scarlet stays with me and alix steel joins in.

Let's start with number 10. that is estee lauder.

The blue -- the beauty business is booming.

They have risen over 20% this year alone.

The granddaughters of the late founder of the beauty empire have become billionaires as a result.

More make up for the women.

More makeup.

Pharmaceuticals are taking a turn for the better.

They won the approval of advisors for its sleep medication.

It helps blind people combat sleep disorder.

T-mobile is number eight.

They are all offering shares at $25 apiece.

The total value of withholdings is $505 million.

Kimberly-clark, the maker of kleenex tissues and huggies diapers plans to spin off its health your business.

Emily clark said the tax-free deal would create a standalone public and -- publicly traded company.

Joseph a bank, men's apparel has dropped its $2.3 billion cash takeover bid for men's wearhouse.

That is after its larger rival declined to start negotiations.

Joseph a bank left door open for future acquisition costs.

Number five is apple.

Carl icahn is disclosing aycock -- ownership according to a recent filing.

They have been pressing apple to buy back a couple hundred billion dollars worth of its shares to help return more value to investors.

Number four, exxon mobil.

Warren buffett reporting a major stake in its oil giant.

It is valued at $2.7 billion.

It is buffett's highest holding since 2011. shares of exxon rose after news of this is closer.

A vote of confidence perhaps.

Number three is nordstrom.

They reported third quarter profits above estimates.

While there are estimates be the streets, earnings were down due to a disappointing business.

I have not been to one of those in a while.

Samsung electronics, they release a new galaxy device next year with a wraparound display screen.

The news comes after a new report found that samsung widen its lead over apple and the thorpe quarter.

Number one, sony.

The playstation 4 hits u.s. stores today.

It is the company's first gaming system debut in seven years.

It comes one week ahead of microsoft's debut of its new and pricier xbox one.

A goes on sale next friday.

Joining us from chicago is the owner of a capital management group.

What did you make of yellen's testimony?

How does that situate for the rest of the trading year?

-- how does that set you up for the rest of the trading year?

The senate should do everything they can to block the nomination.

I would have more respect for her if she sat in front of the committee and said there's only so much the fed can do.

There's only so much that monetary policy can do.

There is an inherent limitation to what the fed can do when spurring employment.

I do not believe she recognizes that.

What worries me the most, is she going to have the courage and the backbone -- if we run into a

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