The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, September 23

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Sept. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks including Citigroup, BlackBerry and Apple. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Julie hyman.

Let's start with number 10, general electric.

The company said it signed its $2 billion contract to supply turbines for six power plants, a big contract win for ge's crucial but struggling turbine business.

What at 8 billion gigawatt to algeria.

Oracle enhancing the database technology.

To boost sales, the ceo larry ellison unveiling hardware and software to speed up performance up to 100 fold for certain tasks.

Citigroup reporting more than 10% revenue decline since the highlighted the slow -- it highlighted a slowdown in activity in discussions with investors.

Citigroup was scheduled to report the -- is scheduled to report earnings october 15. comcast moving to expand on demand offerings, entering the turf of online players like netflix.

"the wall street journal" reports comcast struck a deal with when he first century fox to offer shows in the on demand service the season.

Jcpenney in talks to borrow more money.

Bloomberg has learned jcpenney and talks to potentially raise more cash after already barring more than 3 billion this year.

Goldman sachs is said to be advising jcpenney on options, including borrowing against its real estate.

Number five, microsoft.

The software giant expected to unveil new surface tablet computers, including a version with a smaller screen to compete with ipad mini.

It comes about a month after microsoft releases an up date of the windows eight operating system.

Netflix, the streaming video company made history yesterday.

It became the first web service to garner a prime time anyway and david fincher won award for house of cards and kevin spacey, the star, was also nominated.

I know you watch the program.

But he did not win.

Jeff daniels got it.

General motors buying 120 million preferred shares of union trust for $27 a share.

Gm also announced the launch that offering of senior unsecured notes of 5, 10, and 30 year duration.

Number two is blackberry.

Shares continued their decline.

A series of analyst downgrades.

Following a 17% drop late in the session friday after blackberry announced it is cutting about 40% of its global workforce and warned of a massive loss next quarter.

Number one is "apple." it sold 9 million of its iphone fives and 5c, well above what wall street estimated.

Also -- shares are surging on the news about those sales.

Joining us from chicago at the cme is todd horowitz, author and founder of average joe

Todd, investors are saying this

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