The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, March 31

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March 31 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu, and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Including the big jobs report on friday and the bias heading into the nonfarm payrolls report is u.s. data will be stronger.

For that reason, you have the yen weaker as well.

In terms of emerging market currencies, the russian ruble and the turkish lira are firmer.

Gold futures trading at around a six-week low right now.

We will be back on the market in 30 minutes.

Let's count down to the open with the top 10, the only trade you need to know about today.

Scarlet fu stays with us and julie hyman joined in.

Number 10, king digital, less than a week after its disappointing debut it is expanding its workforce.

"the wall street journal" reports the company is looking to hire 165 around the world and the field of development, engineering design to create new gaming titles.

Number nine is shares of this pharmaceutical company that focuses on supportive care products for cancer payment -- patients.

It completed a previously disclosed three for two stock split.

Kate spade shares look overpriced.

"barons" says a small setback could lead to a large price drop.

Panera.

Wedbush morgan upgraded the chain to outperform but neutral.

The firm says customer -- same-store sales increases.

Fedex facing an expensive lawsuit over the alleged illegal delivery of cigarettes to residential addresses.

New york state join a federal racketeering lawsuit filed by the city that contends fedex wrongly delivered more than 140 tons of unpacked cigarettes ordered over the internet and mail.

Lululemon was raised to outperform from neutral at wedbush.

The firm says the bad news is already priced into the stock and sees a rebound and investor sentiment.

It has a 12 month price target of $64 a share.

Apple is your number four.

The tech giant heading back to court this week where it will once again try to convince a jury that samsung infringed on its mobile software patent.

Apple is seeking roughly $2 billion in damages from samsung and wanted a judge to ban the sale of its android phones in the u.s.. so many lawsuits, i can't keep track.

Shares of this company surging, the fda approved its hemophilia b drug, the first significant advance in treatment for that and more than 17 years.

Number two is tesla.

It reached an agreement with the new york state on how it may sell its cars.

Tesla will be allowed to keep the currently licensed retail locations but if it opens at this location that will need to follow safety of our franchise law.

G.m.. the automaker heading to capitol hill this week.

Ceo mary barra will be questioned about ignition switch problems that have been linked to 13 deaths.

Gm expanded its recall on friday to 2.6 million vehicles in total.

Waiting on its shares.

I want to bring in, as we wait for the opening bell, steven leuthold back into the

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