The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, September 16

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Sept. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Adam Johnson, Julie Hyman and Scarlet Fu report on today's ten most important stocks including Boise Inc., Sohu.com and Sears Holdings. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Boeing, more turbulence.

The arrow defense giant's 787 dream lighter, a flight from new york to oslo delayed yesterday due to problems with a hydraulic pump, the latest in a series of problems for the 787 dreamliner.

Pandora, let the battle begin.

Apple is slated to debut itunes radio, so all eyes are on pandora.

Pandora is gearing up for the increased competition, having just an outstanding ceo last week.

Boise, shares surging after the number four u.s. producer announced it is buying boise for about $1.25 billion.

Sohu shares are moving this morning.

Asia's largest internet committee paid for 36 .5% stake in the search engine business, which is the third biggest and china.

Yelp shares at an all-time high, one of several tech companies enjoying a bump off recent news that twitter filed for its ipo.

Yelp shares more than tripled in value since the start of the year.

Intel has another business under its belt.

Water.

Wastewater pipes from intel pants -- plans and later reused.

Linkedin, shares of the professional social networking site have been on a tear lately, causing the stock to go past the $250 mark.

Linkedin has seen continued growth this year.

Last month it announced university pages to try to attract more students.

Bring the men while they are young.

That is right.

Number three, apple.

The new hi-end iphone gives a glimpse of future products.

Apple has taken a step in to do mark -- into new markets like wearable devices with a smart watch-like product in the works.

Microsoft is offering a $200 credit to customers to trade in their ipad.

The promo is part of the effort to entice more consumers eared microsoft sold sold $853 million of tablets in the previous fiscal year.

That rings us to number one -- sears holdings.

The strangling retailer lands to borrow as much as $1 billion to refinance existing debt.

As month, sears posted a $194 million second-quarter loss.

It has not been easy for that business.

Joining us now from chicago, the cme, todd horowitz, author and founder of averagejoeoption s.com.

What do you make of this potentially all-time high today?

Good morning.

Listen, either it is larry summers or the syria deal.

The bubble continues to grow.

We still do not have any real major growth.

This is all being done artificially with cheap money.

The average joe has not been able to participate in this overall move.

We are seeing a continuation, and this is building a bubble now.

Janet yellen is much more dovish , but the fed news will really come out on wednesday.

That is what the markets will point to, what ben bernanke has to say on wednesday.

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