The Top Ten Stocks for Jan. 30

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Jan. 30 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s Trish Regan, Adam Johnson and Cory Johnson report on today’s ten most important stocks including Facebook, Under Armour and Pandora. (Source: Bloomberg)

Reality check.

Facebook is rising.

Revenue jumped 63% in the last quarter.

Facebook has generated more than half of its revenue from mobile devices.

Best buy is falling again today.

It is down about 5%. they are eliminating around 950 jobs.

They will include both hourly and salaried workers.

Alexi on showing the highest gains in the s&p 500 after they forecast profits above analyst estimates.

Analysts got it wrong again.

I cannot believe it.

It's a rare blood disease treatment.

Las vegas sands posted fourth-quarter earnings that trailed analyst estimates, but the company reported a double- digit jump in revenue both in macau and las vegas operations, but macau is the cash cow right now.

68% of sales, it is amazing.

It has totally surpassed what they do on the strip.

Pandora jumping on a positive call from goldman sachs, who says that my top $60. emi and radio service increases advertising -- the online radio service increases advertising.

Under armour, the highest price since 2005. they blew past sales estimates.


Is a sticking point for you, but for investors, they cling to the estimates because the stock price goes up or down.

My problem does not know -- my problem is we do not know if it was up or down.

It is incredible.

Number four, time warner cable gini 1% after beating fourth- quarter profit estimates -- gaining 1% after beating fourth- quarter profit estimates.

Visa is up about 2% following a beat on first-quarter earnings.

They are seeking ways to increase business outside of the u.s.. ups gained about .5%. the shipping giant said it will spend about $100 million for peak service as the latest surge of online shopping -- they are going into reinvestment mode.

You hear the bell.

It brings us to the number one stock of the day, google, up about 3% after they announced they are selling the motorola smartphone business to lenovo for $2.9 billion.

They are set to report earnings

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