The Top Ten Stocks for Nov. 14

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Nov. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Adam Johnson, Matt Miller and Julie Hyman report on today’s ten most important stocks including Lockheed Martin, Kohl's and Wal-Mart. (Source: Bloomberg)

Up on the only stocks you need to know.

This go -- cisco coming in at number 10. its first decline in 4 years.

Casting a shadow on the ceo turnaround.

Slower spending by companies and large corporations.

Economic weakness in europe.

Take your pick.

It is not easy.

Number nine is solar city.

They are up.

They sold their first bond.

50 $4 million in bonds will mature in december of 2020. -- $54 million in bonds will mature in december of 2020. number eight.

It bought a fire protection company, tyco turns a profit.

Office depot merge with officemax.

Number six.


The stakes -- the sox fell.

-- stocks fell.

They have this -- they have suspended sales on the chromebook.

Under armour up one percent on news it is buying the fitness technology company for $150 million.

This acquisition comes as under armour looks to compete with night he in offering fitness buffs a way to measure their training and performance online.

Not only do you have to wear this stuff, you have to know your heart rate and track every movement.

Who makes this?

Here on my jawbone.

There is a new one out.

Does it actually work?

This actually records my sleep and sleep patterns, which i like to track.

I learned more about how i sleep and i focus on sleeping better because of it.

The age of self-knowledge.

I do not know what to make of that.

I am old school.

When i am tired, i go to bed.

I do not set an alarm.

When i am -- i wake up when i wake up.

The company's profits rose 24% because of world war z. did you see that movie?

I did.

I thought it was kind of cool.

I never watch that zombie show on cable.

I can vouch for that.

I did not see the movie.

The defense contractor will cut 4000 jobs to decrease federal spending.

Fewer weapons of death.

As opposed to weapons of life.

Kohl's down.

Sales of stores open at least a year fell 1.6%. there is the closing bell which brings us to the closing stock.

Walmart, despite beating profit estimates.

They're struggling to keep economically challenged companies from -- customers from taking their business to rivals.

Family dollar makes walmart look expensive.

We have a market that finished at another new high.

Run us through the numbers.

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