The Top Ten Stocks for March 17

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March 17 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Trish Regan, Matt Miller and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks including Adobe, 3M and Yahoo!. (Source: Bloomberg)

That hurts is looking to spin off its construction business.

It could be around $4.5 billion.

Investors have been pressuring them to generate higher returns for shareholders.

General electric is one of four companies and the only american company picked to supply nutrients to south africa.

Ge will provide a $4.7 billion investment in the countries asian rail fleet.

It will be built in south africa.

Not quite.

Shares are under pressure today.

This rose less than forecast in march.

They are trading off by 1.5%. number seven is door star realogy.

It is over a billion dollars of senior housing and nursing home building.

Fortress investment group hedge funds.

They invested in the dominant dollar to bitcoin exchange.

This is among the largest single investment in a bitcoin venture.

Pantera manages money.

I am going to have a conversation here tomorrow with the under secretary for financial intelligence.

We're going to talk all about bitcoin.

You can watch it live on

Number five is citigroup.

They are sending bonus statement to some traders.

That is according to people with knowledge of the matter.

They're looking to allege a benchmark rate manipulation.

I know matt has some thoughts.

Some of these rates are purposefully rigged.

It is only set rather than rigged.

Clearly they are manipulated.

There's no computer that is actually there.

Here's what we're seeing live or today.

Who is benefiting?

Do you said this for your own benefit western right to set it for someone else's benefit?

There's some concern here that it may be hurt by giving up the control system.

Their assignment is number three is adobe.

Shares climbed.

The price target even after a year of falling profits -- options call on adobe shares to be the most expensive in three years according to data compiled by bloomberg.

We will find out tomorrow after the bell.

China's sales will grow faster than total revenue.

The 3m ceo says that they have new consumer products.

China had three percent of their global revenue.

Here we are.

Our number one stop of the day.


Rose 24% -- they say that alibaba could go public next month.

Nasdaq is up 35 points.

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