The Top Ten Stocks for Nov. 8

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Nov. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Trish Regan, Matt Miller and Julie Hyman report on today’s ten most important stocks including Starbucks, MetLife and Gap. (Source: Bloomberg)

Stocks you need to know.

Number 10 is walt disney, up about 2%. earnings grew about 12%, beating forecasts.

The ceo told us yesterday that disney is working on "star wars" rides in orlando, florida, and in california.

I would like to ride on the millennium falcon.

Space mountain has always been a favorite of mine.

Number nine is peabody energy.

Goldman sachs upgraded it to a buy from neutral, raising its price target.

The firm says peabody's volume growth in australia, including cash growth -- number eight is nvidia.

They recorded -- reported third- quarter profits that beat estimates.

Revenue from new business helped make up for declining personal computer demand.

Marriott announced plans to buy a south african hotel company.

Marriott has been beefing up its international presence.

Number six is cablevision, falling more than 3% after the company reported a net loss of subscribers in the third quarter.

The total number dropped by 29,000 versus the second quarter to about 3.2 million total.

Twitter is down on its second day as a public company, losing about 7%. the kleins have been accelerating into the close -- declines have been accelerating into the close.

It depends on how profitable you think twitter will become.

You blend -- will the rest of america really embrace and use it?

Yes.

You think so?

I just decided yes.

And internationally, too, not just in the united states.

It's not just about the number of users.

It is about how they are making money off those users.

There is still a question about how big those revenues can get.

Look what facebook does and what google does.

Twitter is doing the same thing.

If i am tweeting about motorcycles and i'm searching for motorcycles, i start getting pop-up feeds that don't disturb me at all.

Promoted tweets.

Number four is groupon.

Up 6%. the company has agreed to buy deal site to get a monster.

Groupon is transforming itself into a service offering thousands of discounts, instead of all those daily deals.

We talk about groupon every day, it seems.

I guess it is on a comeback over the last year.

Number three, starbucks shares are up more than 2% as rbc begins coverage of the coffee chain with an outperform rating and a $90 price target.

Number two is metlife, up 5%, leading the rally of u.s. insurers as bond yields surged on today's job data.

The 10 year yield rose after thee.

Coming up, our number one stock of the day, gap.

They reported solid in-store same -- same-store sales.

Here we are at the close of trading.

Closing out at a brand-new high

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