The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, October 21

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Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks including SAP, McDonald’s and JPMorgan. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

After last week at the all-time high, the government is back in business and we had our first big government jobs report tomorrow.

Home sales come in about 30 minutes.

We will be watching out for that.

At the open, counting down, we have the top trades that you need to know about today.

Let's start with number 10, salesforce.com, the prosecuting giant rising, upgraded to a strong buy from outperform, $64 to 65, adding to the expansion in nontraditional areas.

The biggest manager in management software, sales from descriptions went in double, warning that currencies could hurt down the line.

Number eight is the largest u.s. electricity producer for $2.6 billion.

Filing for bankruptcy in december it will expand their coal and wind focus.

Number seven is starbucks.

Controversy is brewing, trying to set the television of accusing the company of unfair pricing.

Starbucks said in a statement that every market is unique and that costs reflect changing economic environments.

Number six is nokia, sales of their phone reportedly grew to 8 million devices in the third quarter, double one year ago.

Regulation coming ahead of an event in abu dobby tomorrow, where they are set to start with new products.

They just report first-quarter earnings at north grove, 21%, profit reportedly driven by strong sales in the higher margin outdoor action force brands.

Jcpenney, the department store chain, they just set their price target on those shares from one dollar to five dollars with increasing concerns and the company may have financial restructuring problems falling in the premarket on that news.

Number three is at&t, agreeing to sell or lease wireless towers.

The price tag was 4.9 billion dollars, making them the latest carrier to offload powers to independent operators.

Number two is mcdonald's, the golden arches are not looking so golden this morning, their third quarter trailing analyst estimates despite an array.

-- an array of healthy food initiatives.

Number one we are going to banks, jpmorgan reportedly having reached a tentative $13 billion agreement to settle various investigations into its sales practices back during the financial crisis.

Among one of the largest settlements by a single company, it is in fact the largest by a

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