The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, March 6

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March 6 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu, and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."


The only trade you need to know about today, scarlet stays with us and julie hyman joined in as well.

Number 10, metlife.

The u.s. life insurer is looking to increase in an apartment buildings in new york city.

Metlife is turning to real estate to boost profit and support long-term obligations amid low bond yields.

Number nine is the foods distributor behind duncan hines, pinnacle foods said retail sales were up six percent held by the recent acquisition of wishbone.

And the parent of the olive garden and red lobster chain canceled its investor meeting and will instead meet with individual analysts.

Darden is facing ongoing pressure from activists investors to improve the performance of the restaurant chain.

Number seven is the children's place, fourth-quarter fiscal earnings dropped 18%. it is blaming severe winter weather.

It has also closed 125 stores -- will close 125 stores through 2016. and number five -- number six is the book on.

Mobile data revenue in russia and ukraine jumped 25%. number five, fiscal earnings were down and sales were down at joy global.

Metals prices were to blame.

It did reiterate its revenue outlook for the year.

Number four is the yen.

It has said it -- siena.

It has said it is well-positioned for the decisions it has made.

Number three, costco.

Profits fell three percent -- 15%, missing analyst estimates for a third quarter.

Revenue from ever should fees gained four percent.

Number two at staples.

The office supply chain announced plans to close as many as 225 stores in north america and cut costs as much as $500 million by the end of 2014. sales have dropped for a fifth straight quarter.

Kroger just reported

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