The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, January 14

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Jan. 14 (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."

Olivia sterns joins in.

Starting with gm.

Announcing global sales results for 2013 and showing and narrowing lead over volkswagen.

General motors lost its eight- year position as china's top- selling foreign automaker to volkswagen, which saw sales increase 16%. microsoft shares falling after they were downgraded to neutral from buy, citing the high expectations for a new ceo but the company will be relatively slow to implement changes.

Number eight is astrazeneca.

Predicting revenue will rebound more quickly than analysts.

They said revenue in 2017 will be broadly in line with last year sales.

Number seven, google.

Agreeing to acquire nest labs.

$3.2 billion, almost double what it paid for youtube in 2006. the acquisition marks the entrance into the connected home him of the smart home.

Over six, stratus.

The 3-d printing company issued an updated forecast that fell short of analyst estimates.

Also project inc.

Significant increase in operating expenses.

Number five the biopharmaceutical company.

The first comprehensive test of a weight management program that includes weight loss medication.

The benefits of prescription drugs combined with weight loss.

Gamestop following -- falling in the premarket after the company cut the forecast for the quarter and year.

Sales came in better than expected driven by new video game like the xbox.

Talking wells fargo.

Shares falling in the premarket despite posting a record fourth- quarter profit that beat analysts estimates.

Posting net income of 10% of the previous quarter.

Number two, jpmorgan.

The profit fell seven percent in the fourth quarter.

Profit was hampered -- hampered i've legal fees including a $2.6 billion settlement related to ernie madeoff's ponzi scheme.

Number one, we just spoke about the story, time warner cable shot down 61 billion dollar takeover bid from charter communications.

Calling it a lowball offer and said it was grossly inadequate.

It would provide tv and phone service to 20 million subscribers and what arc the entrance back to the cable television market.

Another stock we are watching as the bell is wrong this morning is soa stda stream.

The stock slid a painful 26% yesterday.

Investors were quite concerned about the worst than expected earnings.

The new spokeswoman, scarlett johansson, hired to save the company.

Dwayne stanford joining us with more.

This stock has gone up and down, up and down.

It has been a volatile stock, but yesterday slide was something else.

What was going on here?

Investors like the stock because of the growth rate over

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