The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, March 11

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March 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu, and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

You need to know about today.

Starting with number 10 and target.

The big-box retailer being sued by swatch group i -- for selling watches that allegedly copied this file.

They said it is inferior to their own and it is likely to damage the swiss company sales.

We will stick with the retail game because number nine is caseys general stores.

Operating earnings fell five percent, missing estimates.

They said the annual goal is to build or acquire up to 105 stores and replaced 20 existing locations.

Number eight is dupont.

Earnings will be challenged by the unusually cold winter weather and disruptions in ukraine.

Maintaining their profit forecast for the year citing an improvement in global real industrial production.

Number seven facebook.

Shares have jumped 32% so far this year.

In january, facebook quarterly results beat estimates.

Last month the ramped up the mobile business purchase for $19 billion for whatsapp.

Number six, bon ton, the ceo stepping down after three years on the job.

This comes as they report a seven percent decline in same-store sales last month, the third straight of declines.

Number five, fuel cell manufacturer reporting of smaller or scored her loss but a 22% increase in sales.

Fuel cell has been one of the biggest gainers in the past month.

Shares continuing to rise in the premarket.

Number four, urban outfitters.

They reported a seven percent increase in fourth-quarter profit.

The company's namesake rant continues to struggle.

The ceo said getting the brands back on track is the top priority.

Number three d isick's sporting-goods -- diclk's sporting-goods.

Coming in below analyst estimates.

Coming in at number two, and american eagle outfitters.

Reporting an 89% drop in fourth-quarter earnings.

That is below analyst estimates.

Warning that business conditions remain challenging, issuing a disappointing forecast for the word quarter.

Number one, boyd gaming.

Closing a newly but valued deal.

The stock is up 60 eight percent in the past 12 months.

Waiting for the opening bell.

Getting the trades of the call on the market.

Want to bring in nick cole, chief market strategist.

His call, stocks are finally outperforming bonds and have a lot of catching up to do.

Is that right?

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