The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, December 16

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Dec. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Cory Johnson and Scarlet Fu report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Need to know.

Number 10, bp, the global oil giant signed a 30 year deal to jointly develop a major investment into the arabian gas fields.

Number nine, the austin, texas raced -- based chipmaker.

These tips going to apple products, and are their biggest customer.

Number eight, harvest natural resources.

The energy of any announced it is selling all of its interest in venezuela for $400 million cash.

Harvest natural resources surged three percent on the news.

At number seven is google, the tech titan is on a shopping spree.

Its latest acquisition was boston dynamics.

Boston dynamics which contract to the u.s. military is the eighth robot company google has bought in the last six months.

That number six l.s.i. logic.

Exodus -- the acquisition is going to create a much better company.

The company offered to spend a billion dollars to raise its stake and a new indian pharmaceutical unit to tackle growing demand for medicines in the country.

Shares rallied on the announcement, they are not the highest of two decades.

And number four, it is tesla motors, during ford's rollout and china.

A month after opening a show room in beijing but they are taking pre-orders for the model s about the model x vehicle.

Number three, verizon.

According to people familiar with the situation, intel but there you on the blocks.

Twitter, the microblogging site is seeing some action after the stock was little slashed.

Aig, the insurance company agreed to sell its prime unit to the dutch unit or $5 billion in cash and stocks.

This comes as aig looks to narrow its focus on this main businesses of selling life insurance and ridding itself of more than $20 billion of debt.

We coincidently my have the ceo of i aig bob now on the phone with us.

Good morning.

Good morning, betty.

How did this all come together?

Up to a certain point you were still looking at selling this to the group of chinese investors.

As you know, we said that we are going to begin to look at other opportunities.

We talked with several other institutions that were interested in purchasing either all or part of us.

Have we lost him?

Bob?

He is on his cell phone, so we will try to get him back.

Just a giant business, but it requires a lot of capital.

That is interesting to see them selling off the last big piece of business.

It has been a very difficult

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