The Top Ten Stocks for Jan. 23

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Jan. 23 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s Trish Regan, Alix Steel and Matt Miller report on today’s ten most important stocks including McDonald’s, Apple and Herbalife. (Source: Bloomberg)

Starbucks reports its first quarter results, bloomberg 69 cents on revenues of $4.3 billion.

We'll have full coverage of these results along with an interview of the company's c.f.o. coming up on "street smart." number nine is shares are jumping 5% after they released better than expected results for the first quarter.

Strong demand for its newer product.

F-5 issued an upbeat outlook for the current people.

American eagle dropping after saying the c.e.o. is leaving.

They will replace him on an interim basis.

Teens are pulling back on purchases.

I made a purchase for my husband.

He is not a teen.

Number seven, united-continental, a benchmark revenue measure may show little growth amid a slowdown in booking.

Delta projected quarterly growth as much as 4%. number six is microsoft trading flat.

The company is due to report its second-quarter results after the closing bell, hence, being in the top 10, investors are looking for an update on the company's c.e.o. search and info on mobile strategy and new windows 8 products.

Stay tuned for microsoft results just moments away.

Number five, mickey d.'s up a fraction, fourth-quarter profits that are little changed from a year earlier.

Fewer customers are visiting mcdonald's losing shares to dunkin donuts and wendy's. the company has new items including mighty wings that didn't work.

Mcdonald's has about 10 million pounds of wings on their hands.

That's a lot.

20% of what they bought for that limited time promotion in september.

10 million wings, earlier, one of our producers told me it's the same as 666 elephants?

What?

That's interesting.

That's the weight of 10 million chickens.

Our director pointed out why don't they go to burgers, fries, and sodas.

I asked them that very question.

They said that is their core business to make their money.

To grow their sales, they need the new products.

Those products are responsible for revenues going from $1.25 to $2.7 million.

They're trying to get healthier, too.

We're never going to make the bell.

No, we're not.

It's in 30 seconds.

Shares up nearly 11%, the hedge fund manager bill ackman has accused of being a pyramid scheme after a u.s. senator called for a thrill into the company.

Carl icahn, $500 million worth of shares, $3.6 billion.

Hang on.

Every day.

Did better than yesterday.

We are giving people the top 10 stocks they need to know about.

Whether it ends 10 seconds before the bell are after, they don't care if we finish when the bell rings.

[laughter] number two, nokia plunging after a fourth-quarter loss and handset sales.

Part of the device and services unit has agreed.

The number one stock of the day -- can we just replay this.

Netflix surging after forecasting customer growth topping estimates that they may charge new users more.

Ceo reed hastings wants to increase revenue and profit.

Look at that look at his face.

Do you watch orange is the new blackjack go do you watch other netflix series?-- " orange is the new black?" "house of cards?" he watches netflix constantly so whenever i get home and he's watching -- would you pay more if they were going to charge 10 dollars?

Collected only two dollars more.

A went to a more tiered structure and might be a good deal.

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