The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, March 24

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March 24 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Trish Regan, Julie Hyman, and Olivia Sterns report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

10 to the only trade you need to know about today.

I'm starting with number 10, the company's ragu brand has been cut.

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First-round bids for ragu are due at the end of this week.

Wet seal cover those shares are down after the women specialty retailer was downgraded from neutral to sell.

They have had first quarter we guidance -- weak guidance.

Sustained dear to the day after lunch, they will be pulling their music app.

Microsoft will be delayed in taking over nokia.

The exclusive area for the original iphone -- carrier for the original iphone, at its highest since the debut.

Divergent opened in first place at the box office this weekend with sales of $56 million in u.s. theaters.

The sequel is in preproduction.

I thought both of you went.

You liked it?

I liked it for what it was worth.

Number four gevo apple, the tech giant is in talks with comcast about teaming up for streaming tv service according to the wall street journal.

Apple spent several years for different avenues, but has unsuccessful thus far.

Nu skin enterprises makeup personal nutrition projects, they owe money to china.

The company has announced a plan to build the world's largest global inter-cloud, and that would be a cloud with a set of partners.

This will be billed of the next two years.

Are number one stock of the day, it is our collective of the nutrition weight loss company agreed to nominate three people were opposed by a billionaire carl icahn -- proposed by billionaire carl icahn.

We are looking at a slightly higher open here on the dig of a waste of economic data on the manufacturing front coming in 20

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