The Top Ten Stocks for March 26

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March 26 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Trish Regan, Julie Hyman and Matt Miller report on today's ten most important stocks including International Game Technology, Dish and King Digital. (Source: Bloomberg)

Points.

Number 10, cv energy.

One of the biggest decliners in the s&p today after ubs downgraded five: producers, saying they expect more financial distress.

Peabody.

Number nine.

Number nine is american apparel shares -- shares down almost on percent after the retailer announced plans to sell 35.4 million and stocks to pour money into defense turnaround.

Has not made money since 2009. number eight is sap.

Shares are up almost a full percent.

The largest maker of the stress management software rising after a being to buy a u.s. software supplier specializing in managing contract work.

This furthers the push it to more internet-based applications.

Number seven pvh, the clothing owner reported adjusted earnings that topped earnings estimates but for your guidance fell short.

Not weather.

Not weather.

Number six, facebook following almost seven percent, one of the biggest decliners in the s&p today.

Making a 2 billion-dollar bets on virtual reality with the purchase of oculus, the maker of gaming classes that facebook hopes can be used for other things.

The latest acquisition falls -- follows in 19 billion-dollar deal.

The first foray into wearable devices and the internet is very unhappy.

Number five, speaking of facebook, another company is down 12.5%. not heavily traded.

This company is not the company acquired by facebook.

This company is involved in digital watermarking.

The name is very similar.

It is a penny stock.

Very thinly traded.

Happens on the day of the twitter ipo if you recall.

People got confused with the tickers.

Moving on.

Number four following -- ubs falling.

Suspending at least four fx traders as the probe widens because the traders are located in new york and singapore that are affected.

Number three, international game technology shares down seven percent after the company cut the fiscal 2014 earnings announcement.

Number two, dish network.

Shares rising after bloomberg news reported the chairman recently contacted directv ceo mike white to discuss a possible merger of the satellite tv companies.

According to several people with knowledge of the matter.

One person said he made the response to contest 45 million dollar acquisition of time warner cable in mid february.

King digital entertainment falling 16%. the maker of candy crash with on the first day of trading after raising 500 million in the ipo.

The valuation of 7 billion dollars.

Coming up on the close of trading.

Dow jones ending in the red.

This text has been automatically generated. It may not be 100% accurate.

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