The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, Jan. 6

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Jan. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton, Alix Steel and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

It will buy some assets from thermo fisher scientific for $1.1 billion to expand its life sciences unit.

Ge expects the deal to close in the first half of the year pending regulatory approval.

Teva pharmaceuticals likely to name a board member.

The former ceo was ousted in october after a conflict with the board.

Ebay shares falling after morgan stanley downgraded them to equal weight.

Slashing its price target by a dollar.

Analysts favor things like amazon over ebay.

T-mobile agreeing to acquire spectrum from verizon for about $2.4 billion in cash as part of an airwaves swap that would give both companies more network capacity.

T-mobile expects the deal to close in the middle of the year.

Intel set to debut some of its mobile technology and wearable technology at the consumer electronics show today according to a person with knowledge of the plan.

The new products, as intel looks to stay relevant amid tc decline.

First solar, goldman sachs downgrading them due to a lack of earnings.

A shift to rooftop solar will hurt them.

Goldman lowering the price target to $45 from $62. twitter cut to underweight from equal weight at morgan stanley with a price target of 33 dollars a steal.

It rallied 50% over the past month, organ stanley says twitter trade at a premium to its peers and the bank would refer to own twitter and google.

Men's wearhouse and joseph a. bank, the take of their dance continues.

Men's wearhouse has made the latest move, mounting a hostile bid at a higher price taking it directly to shareholders.

It said it intends to nominate those current directors to joseph a. bank's board.

Jpmorgan facing a $2 billion penalty in a case tied to bernie made off.

The settlement could be announced as early as tomorrow according to "the new york times." jpmorgan, madoff's primary bank, is accused of ignoring signs of his ponzi scheme.


Liberty media offered to buy the company, valuing the company 3% above its closing price.

Giving liberty access to a new source of capital as it pursues a merger with time warner cable, expected imminently.

Let's turn to the call.

Earlier on "surveillance," i talked with dan alpert of westward capital -- of westward capital.

He said now is the time to get into bonds.

Bonds are oversold.

It is not just gross who is a piÑata, it is bonds at this point.

Again inflation and economic growth and statistics, almost any measure, bonds are oversold.

Eventually, we will catch up.

There he is calling it, saying the spike in interest rates in 2013 -- that has created this oversold position and there is now a time and a chance to pick at bonds.

Julie, alix you have been covering this very closely.

It is an interesting position given that many people say you

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