The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, March 17

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March 17 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Alix Steel, and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

You need to know about today.

Let's start with number 10, twitter -- costello, the ceo is planning a trip to china to meet with government officials and others.

Twitter has been blocked by chinese censors in that country since 2009 and he was do learn more about the culture in the tech sector in the hopes of perhaps getting there.

Number nine is glaxo smith kline planning to hire in-house doctors to educate their peers about drugs instead of paying external speakers.

The marketing practice follows a record settlement in the u.s. number eight is adobe systems where options trading suggests the markets infatuation with internet stocks is alive and well as it offers more versions of its programs online.

It calls on adobe shares being the most expensive in three years.

At number seven is keurig/ green mountain, it will replace wpx energy on the stock market.

They announce new manufacturing and distribution on friday.

Number six is more hacking with sally beauty supply holdings.

25,000 customer records were illegally accessed and they have been stolen.

Sally ud says it is working with the secret service on april and marion investigation.

Number five is hurts, said to be close to spinning off its construction equipment rental is in a deal that may be valued at $4.5 billion.

Hertz is expected to announce that news this week.

Number four is j.a. solar after they reported fourth-quarter profits they came in well above analyst estimates.

They said results were helped by a more stable pricing environment as well as ongoing cost reduction efforts.

Number three is intercept pharmaceuticals falling after the drugmaker disclosed to serious adverse trials in which to patients actually died.

It's for their experimental rare little disease drug.

-- rare liver disease drug.

Ono will be bought for $10 billion.

The purchase gives vodafone 1.9 million customers in spain hoping to challenge their rivals.

Number one is yahoo!, shares her up after alibaba announced plans for an ipo in the u.s. yahoo!

Is one of the largest shareholders and the ipo may be the biggest u.s. ipo since facebook back in 2012. we are awaiting the opening bell -- it's kermit the frog ringing the opening bell.

I needed that for monday.

I want to bring him the global chief investment strategist at blackrock.

His call is that stocks are not

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