The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, Dec. 24

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Dec. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman and Olivia Sterns report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

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Number 10, 3-d systems.

Raising its price target to 95 dollars per share to $85 per share.

The analyst says the product releases, 3-d printers are met with optimism.

Shares up 150% this year.

Number nine, yahoo!

Agreeing to meet with a mediator to resolve accusations that it intercepted e-mails for its own gain.

Time warner cable.

Regulators and lawyers said few regulatory or antitrust barriers would prevent a possible acquisition of the second-largest cable operator by any of its three largest competitors.

We have been talking about the possibility it might be acquired.

Disney saw a third straight year of record sales in 2013. ceo bob eiger saw his pay fall 15% from a year ago.

-- ceo bob iger saw his pay fall 15% from a year ago.

The company that delivers wireless access and computer technology was cut from overweight to equal weight.

The outlook for the current quarter fell short.

Shares are up more than 200% this year.

Puma biotechnology.

Bank of america raising its price target from $118 to $141. it's anticancer drugs establishing strong proof.

Facebook and twitter shares hit record highs yesterday on optimism that social media advertising will grab a bigger slice of the market for digital promotions.

Boston scientific, the company that makes and markets minimally invasive medical devices is planning to expand in china.

Planning to open surgeon training centers and eyeing acquisition in china as it faces regulatory talent is at home.

Netflix is launching "turbo fast," its first original program for kids.

Netflix winning an emmy and watching its stock plunge 300% since january.

The biggest gainer on the s&p. ia fast snail.

Number one, tesla.

Founded by elon musk and keeping its five star safety rating for the 2014 model year.

The national highway transportation organization affirmed the rating despite battery fires.

We are all getting into the holiday spirit.

The cast of the nutcracker of the new york city ballet ringing the opening bell.

Joining us from chicago, alan knuckman, market analyst for trading advantage.

Hard at work on christmas eve.

I think the biggest question on investors' minds, whether institutional or retail, can we repeat the same games that we saw in 2013 next year?

That would be a very high bar to set.

I look at the market higher, and very optimistic.

I think it has been a tragedy that people have not believed in this year.

This was the year where the contrary is -- you had inability to foresee that everybody is so negative.

You saw the market rally.

I am looking for 6.5% in near term.

We still have more upside.

As apple goes, people's fortunes

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