The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, Sept. 12

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Sept. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks including Netflix, Facebook and Dell . They speak on Bloomberg on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Starwood hotels, number 10. they plan to open 177 new properties in asia over the next three-to-four years.

They said despite the recent slowdown in the region, growth remains relatively robust.

Number nine, dunkin' donuts -- they plan to open 150 new locations in the u.k. over the last five years, signing agreements with franchise groups to expand in the greater london area.

Number eight, lulu lemon.

Second-quarter earnings beat analyst estimates, but they cut full-year earnings and revenue forecasts and shares are trading lower.

Number seven, royal caribbean, increasing their quarterly dividend, putting in place new corporate governing policy with directors now standing for election every year, down from three years.

Number six, rbs, which has been sued over a derivatives instrument that resulted in the loss of over 60% of its value, with the claim that they misled the investor over the riskiness of the investment.

Number five is netflix, with shares approaching all-time highs as we, but analysts have cut their ratings on concerns of over-valuation.

Shares have gained 200% year-to- date.

Number four is american mobile, carlos slim-owned phone maker.

They hit road bumps early this year.

Kpn has confirmed the carriers are in constructive discussions.

Number three, and d, continuing the -- analysts have cut their ratings on concerns of over-valuation.

Shares have gained 200% year-to- date.

Delta, regaining ground.

Number two, facebook.

Shares of the social networking site reached an all-time high yesterday on optimism over the company's mobile advertising product.

Ceo mark zuckerberg spoke at a disrupt conference yesterday discussing anything from the ipo to national security.

Quite the talk by mark zuckerberg.

Number one, dell -- the pc maker might finally have a deal with silver lake over the seven-month battle over the quite the talk by mark zuckerberg.

Company's fate, and their holding a meeting to finalize the buyout.

Joining us from chicago is trey knippa.

We had jobless claims better than expected, but you had to discount some of the problems going on with computer upgrades.

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