The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, October 25

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Oct. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman and Olivia Sterns report on today's ten most important stocks including Zynga, Deckers Outdoor Corp. and Twitter. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

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Olivia sterns joined in.

Let's start with number 10. the global for-profit college company is getting high scores by investors.

Career education shares surged over 50% on news it is selling its european business for about $355 million.

That prompted a grade of outperform.

And continental reporting third-quarter earnings that missed analyst estimates.

United continental said it has identified ways to cut costs by almost $1 billion and has also shuffled flights to boost revenue.

And at number eight, microsoft, the giant reporting a quarterly report that topped analyst estimates.

It is undergoing its first ever ceo search.

And number seven, disney.

It is setting up shop in shanghai.

It just announced plans to set up a 5000 square foot store in early 2015. it would be the largest store globally and its first in mainland china.

Zynga posted a smaller than estimated quarterly loss.

It also hired fewer outside contractors.

It is the first earnings report under the new ceo.

And number five, more legal woes.

The bank is in talks -- jpmorgan is in talks of negotiating the terms of a tenet $13 billion record with the justice department.

Number four, dupont, the biggest u.s. chemical maker by market value.

It plans to spin off its chemical performance unit.

The spinoff is part of dupont's efforts to boost shareholder value, focus on higher-margin businesses -- and to focus on higher-margin businesses.

That deal is expected in the next 18 months.

Number three, amazon.

The e-commerce giant reported a 24% in revenue.

It is setting up warehouses and web-based services, boosting costs to a record level, all in a push to drive sales ahead of the holiday season.

It did manage to be cut a profit.

-- to eat out a profit.

And a 23% drop in third- quarter sales for deckers outdoor operation.

And at number one, twitter.

Wall street is abuzz over the microblogging service, which just set a price.

It plans to sell 70 million shares at a price of $17 to $20 on november 6. [opening bell] there was the opening bell.

We go over to the cme with alan nachman.

The bears have been doing pretty well.

Am i right?

Yes, the markets really like what is going on with earnings.

I meant the chicago bears.

Oh, yes, the chicago bears.

I was just focusing on the markets.

Sorry about that.

The scorecard is saying that we are continuing to move higher with earnings, and more than half of the stocks reporting

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