The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, February 18

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Feb. 18 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman, and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Limiting data that came in a little worse than anticipated.

That could hold back any of the gains that we might see.

We shall see as we head for the open.

Julie hyman, our chief market correspondence.

We are on the markets again in 30 minutes.

It's countdown with the top 10 traits.

Alix steel joins in.

Let's start with number 10 and jetblue.

Yet another winter storm is forcing the airline to cancel flights.

This comes less than a week after the airline has canceled more flights than any website.

. waste management.

Swung to a fourth-quarter losses.

Below analyst estimates.

It did increase its quarterly dividend by 2.7%. lulu lemon outperformed.

Sales were covering this year.

Issues including this ether yoga pants.

Number seven, norwegian cruise lines.

Beat wall street estimates by about a penny.

The company felt pleased by the performance.

Number six is medtronic.

The company said third-quarter profit fell 23%. the company also lowering its earnings forecast.


A huge surge in the number of subscribers who tuned in to watch the second season of "house of cards." its effort to secure a place on time warner cable's desktop boxes on hold.

The cable operator is being sold.

Did you watch?

Not the second season.

I was still in the first season.

Hurry up.

It is so good.

Number four, tesla motors.

Elon musk secretly met with apple's acquisition chief last spring.

Wall street analysts speculated about a suspension -- suspected apple-tesla marriage.

The tech giant is very interested.

Number three, dish network.

They will review a lower court decision that would allowed dish mexico to carry broadcast channels.

A deal.

Forrest laboratories surging and the free market.

Actavis is buying forest.

The deal is a win for carl icahn.

It is the second-largest shareholder.

Number one, coca-cola.

It's fourth-quarter profits fell as the company sold less soda in north america.

Global sales rose 1%. we will be taking a deeper dive

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