The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, December 3

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Dec. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton, Scarlet Fu and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks including Ascena Retail, Tesla Motors, and Krispy Kreme. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Alix steel as well.

I will start with number 10, the apparel company behind women's brands such as dress barn and justice.

First-quarter earnings above estimates.

Ascena saying retail environment will be challenging with highly promotional holiday season.

Sony sold more than 2.1 million playstation for game consoles globally since the release last month.

Sony has been trying to differentiate dps -- the ps4 from xbox one by offering a wider selection of titles.

Rio tinto, the world's second-biggest mining company will cut capital spending and have to $8 billion.

Underlining efforts to curb spending as a decade-long boom in metal prices ends.

Amazon.com, less than 24 hours after jeff bezos unveiled the idea of delivering packages via drone.

That was met with resistance from regulators.

Amazon says it is working on a variety of models, including some that may be able to meet faa requirements.

Google cutting prices by 10% and adding new features for some of its most popular cloud computing services.

This comes as google looks to step up competition with amazon and microsoft.

The global fertilizer producer will cut global workforce by 18%. this is a midwinter than expected demand.

Potash said jobs cuts are expected to affect people in u.s., canada, and trinidad.

Tesla motors, morgan stanley naming the carmaker a topic.

Saying --- a top pick.

Saying the probe on the model as unlikely to cause harm to business.

German regulators found no problems.

Yum!

Brands and pizza hut posted a gain in china thanks to promotions.

Yum!

Reiterated its forecast for a profit gain in 2014. date apple purchasing data analytics topsy labs, new tools to spot trends on twitter.

Apple paid more than $200 million for topsy according to people with knowledge of the deal.

The number one stock we are watching is krispy kreme.

Investors losing their appetite for the doughnut chain.

The reported a 30% jump in the fourth quarter but it is about revenue.

That fell short of estimates.

Krispy kreme issuing a downbeat profit forecast for next year, noting weakness overseas.

That is the opening bell.

You are going to go from new york to chicago.

Joining us from the cme is alan knuckman, market analyst at trading advantage.

What do you expect from today?

We may drift lower.

But we have seen that as we approach the unemployment number, we see the markets make new highs ahead of the number.

I am looking for that to continue.

I am cautious.

I expect the best but plan for the worst.

We had a 10% move since october 9. you have to look at strategies to take advantage of a pullback, i am an options trader.

Selling cash secure puts is a way to get a stock at a lower price.

I wonder what other asset classes you are looking at to give you a sense of what is to come.

Are you looking at the just

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