The Top Ten Stocks for Sept. 24

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Sept. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Adam Johnson, Alix Steel and Trish Regan report on today’s ten most important stocks including Carnival, Red Hat and Lennar. (Source: Bloomberg)

The only stocks you need to know about.

Over 10, applied materials jumping nine percent on a big announcement.

The chipmaking equipment the fire is buying a company for nearly $9 billion in stock.

It's the largest deal outside the country in years.

Going up one percent, despite the fact south korea rejected the fighter eagle plains.

You can't keep a good stock down.

Boeing has just been making one new high after another.

Yahoo coming in at number eight, rising to the highest level since november, 2007. yahoo and microsoft, an advertiser would be able to purchase inventory through a computer.

It is expected to add up and be completely enrolled in the first quarter of 2014. number seven is sony, trading up a fraction.

Electronic ryan plans to start selling a new lightweight electronic reader in early october -- carmax, up after reporting earnings that beat estimates.

The car dealership chain reporting stronger used-car sales and say they plan to open 17 superstores within the next 12 months.

Number five, facebook, up two percent, jumping to a new high yet again after an upgrade from citigroup.

Raising the stock to a buy from neutral.

City things growth at facebook will continue by increasing mobile advertising revenue.

Last quarter, 41% of its ad revenue came from mobile.

That is just going to keep getting bigger and bigger.

The big challenge with this company when it went public was they were concerned they had not found a way to monetize their strategy.

Now everybody is highly on.

This company, facebook, if it were a country, it would be the third biggest country in the world.

It's incredible.

But is it sustainable?

City seems to think it is.

Will it continue to grow or is it a one hit wonder?

Number four is verizon, down more than 1%. he said the objective is to maintain [inaudible] carnival, the cruise ship operator that just keeps having problems, down 8% after forecasting results that trailed estimates.

Cruise passengers continue to shy away from carnival's brand great despite lower prices, there were about four in a row last year and it was very difficult great it was not a ready day for red hat.

Second-quarter billings were lower than expected great that company issued revenue productions for the full year.

We are coming up on on number one stock of the day and it happens to be lennar, climbing 4.5% after the homebuilder reported a 39% jump in quarterly profits.

Lamarr -- lennar remains upbeat despite concerns of the potential impact of rising mortgage rates.

Here we are, looking at the dow.

A loss

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