The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, Nov. 25

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Nov. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton, Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks including Caterpillar, J.C. Penney and Wal-Mart. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Down to the open with the top 10 trades you need to know about, starting with number 10, x go exco resources planning to issue a dividend.

Number nine, caterpillar.

Believing the operating income.

The division will help drive earnings in 2014. bowling at number eight.

The airline makers told airlines they must bypass thunderstorms as a precautionary measure.

-- boeing number 8. number seven, jcpenney has been dropped from the s&p 500 due to falling market value.

Retailers in general facing a tough spending season with consumers holding -- holding back.

Jcpenney will be replaced by a legion, provider of mechanical and the left tonic security products.

Number six, i'll co.

Up.

upgrading the company from neutral to buy.

-- alcoa.

The firm believes they are underappreciated and sees them adding 2 billion in revenue over the next three years.

Number five is apple.

Agreed to acquire the mission -- maker of chip technology that has been used in microsoft connected game consoles.

The second company apple has acquired this year.

Number four, finish line.

Exciting opportunity for margin recovery and a stronger online performance.

Neutral by stern aired just -- by sterne agee.

Number three, lions gate entertainment.

In talks at the domestic box office.

161 million dollars in ticket sales.

The second-biggest opener this year.

Number two, microsoft.

The software giant said the new gaming console is now sold out in most retailers.

Day one sales one million in less than 24 hours.

This top sales of its predecessor, the xbox 360. the number one stock we are watching, walmart ceased week -- see sweet changes.

Just naming doug macmillan to replace mike duke as ceo.

Retiring from that post next year.

Mcmillon will take the reins at walmart trying to restore games.

This amid competition from rivals such as amazon.

You will be focused without stock, along with us.

We will bring in an analyst

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