The Top Ten Stocks for Nov. 13

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Nov. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Adam Johnson, Matt Miller and Cristina Alesci report on today’s ten most important stocks including Yum! Brands, Cisco and Best Buy. (Source: Bloomberg)

The department stores chain topped estimates as exclusive merchandise and better local selection boosted sales.

Macy's is entering the fourth quarter with confidence.

See world is up about 2%. the company is scheduled to report its third-quarter results after the bell trade analysts surveyed are now looking for a profit of $1.19 a share.

A former trainer at sea world will join pimm fox to talk about his a peer mentor in the documentary the company does not want you to see.

Herbalife, rising as its fourth-largest shareholder says he welcomes a leveraged buyout.

Investors say he's willing to take art in and lbo's that would room -- and would reward shareholders.

Lulu lemon jumping three percent as jpmorgan start coverage of the stock with an overweight.

They will see top and bottom line growth following the management shakeup and a stretch of transport selling that.

Extended said -- extended stay america surging.

A lot of right equity guys are happy.

The hotel operator raise $565 million in its ipo and went public three years after they bought the company and invested $626 million in renovation.

Number five, potbelly surging after the operator could up a solid or quarter.

That's bad.

It is their first quarterly report as a public company.

Shares more than doubled in their market debut.

Thanks to the food that are right, three sandwiches back to back.

I don't think i ate the whole sandwich.

I give it the double thumbs up.

They have the condiments and a milkshake with cookies on top area the cookies and cream milkshake, seriously, it is so good.

I keep eating it.

It's awesome.

I never would have thought that about you.

Starbucks, up about one percent.

They say they will pay nearly $2.8 billion over the coffee business.

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Number three, yum, up two percent.

Same-store sales in china fell five are sent last month, lower than analyst estimated.

They get half their revenue from china and site growing declines at its signature fried chicken chain.

Number two is cisco, up after earnings after the close.

Analysts are looking for revenues of $12.4 billion.

Shares have lost around 10% since last quarter.

And our number one stock ahead of the bell, best buy, up about .5%. the retailer getting its groove back.

It's the best performing stock on the s&p 500, up a whopping 270% your to date.

The ceo has been working.

There is the closing bell, as you can see, the team from

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