The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, Dec. 31

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Dec. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton, Cristina Alesci and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

You the top 10 trades you need to know about.

Julie hyman is with me along with deals reporter cristina alesci.

I will start with number 10, amazon, the e-commerce giant, seeing action with citigroup reiterating the by -- buy on amazon said a strong fourth quarter and continued outperformance.

Number nine is uni-pixel.

Shares plunged that -- on the news that the ceo would step down.

Number eight, ibm.

They are poised for the first annual decline since the 2008 financial crisis.

While ibm has boosted its dividend and added 20 billion dollars to its buyback plan, the stock remains the only decliner in the dollar this year.

Number seven, crocs, the shoemaker rising the most in four years yesterday.

The ceo is retiring in april.

Blackstone is investing in the company.

Crocs has been trying to revive the business.

Maybe matt miller will help.

I saw him online looking at crocs.

Number six, revlon, they say they will exit operations in china.

They said in a regulatory filing the move will result in the elimination of around 1100 jobs.

Number five, a story i am watching closely, marvell technology.

Shares rallied after kkr took a reported six percent stake in the company.

He might engage in talks about extraordinary corporate transactions.

Number four, ford, expected to remain the best car brand in north america, widening its lead over toyota.

Ford selling over 2.4 million vehicles this year.

Record sales of a few models -- fusion, escape, and fiesta.

Number three, hertz global holdings has held discussions about enhancing shareholder value.

Number two, netflix is testing new pricing on the number of people that can use the account.

Netflix is offering new customers plans that give access on as many as four screens.

The number one stock to watch today, berkshire hathaway.

Billionaire warren buffett up in his bed on energy transportation.

They will swap around 4.5 -- $1.5 billion.

The opening bell will be coming your way.

We will get you from new york to

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