The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, Sept. 9

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Sept. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks including Microsoft, Verizon and Apple. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Let's count down to the open with the top 10 trades you need to tell about -- you need to know about today.

Let's start with number 10. las vegas sands and mgm resorts, the destination casino companies, scouting in japan.

The law legalizing gambling resorts in the capital may pass.

Number nine, glaxosmithkline agreeing to sell its line of each -- o f drink brands to suntory.

Glaxo intends to use the proceeds to cut its debt.

A construction consulting firm announcing it will acquire an australian employee owned company for about $1.2 billion in cash.

Jacobs engineering has bought six companies in the last three years.

Number seven is estee lauder.

They were updated to a by from citigroup -- to a buy from citigroup.

They also raised the price target to $78 per share from $75. number six, microsoft, which is buying nokia's maker.

It will make its music service available on android and ios devices as part of its push to better compete with the likes of spotify and pandora.

Amazon has no plans to offer a smartphone this year.

If it were to offer a phone in the future, it would not be freed.

Speculation surfaced that amazon would offer a free smartphone.

It is not free at darden restaurants.

That is your number four.

All of garden, home of the never-ending pasta bowl, is looking to boost sales by offering smaller plates.

They created the tapas recipes about six months ago.

Per riser -- verizon communications may be -- is raising money to help pay for its acquisition of vodafone.

And facebook, the owner of instagram, announcing the photo sharing app reached 150 million users.

Topeka capital thinks facebook's instagram is on track to see 200 million users by march of next year.

Speaking of smart phones, apple is your number one.

All eyes are awaiting the tech giant's big media event tomorrow, where it will announce its new version of the iphone.

They will also update the ipad and a new version of the ipad mini at a later date.

Joining us in chicago at the cme is todd horowitz, the author and

This text has been automatically generated. It may not be 100% accurate.

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