The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, March 25

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March 25 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Alix Steel, Julie Hyman, and Olivia Sterns report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Know about is number 10. mccormick, the spice maker had results up.

They were buying a new company.

Number nine is ebay.

They did not endorse carl icahn's board candidates.

Carl icahn has been calling for a spin off of paypal.

Number eight is google.

They are trying to sell their glass hardware go mainstream.

The ray-ban and oakley brands will be included in the google glass.

Number seven is sonic.

Earnings are up 15% in the second quarter and beating estimates.

Sonic is reporting a decrease in costs and expenses.

Number six is the top-selling diabetes treatment.

It with knowledge of the matter say they could value the maker 10 to $12 billion.

Number five is general motors.

They may not have recalled all chevrolet cars with the defect.

That is the result of two complaints filed yesterday.

Gm would not comment.

Number four is walt disney.

They are buying it maker studios for about $500 million.

Disney said the start up will provide a valuable data about how viewers watch video online.

Number three is carnival, the cruise line just announced earnings in line with estimates.

They had a disappointing profit forecast for the year.

They have grappled with a few pr disasters.

They have defeated earnings or chair -- per share.

Number two is an apparel company.

The results trailed their analysts projections.

Number one is all green.

This is the largest drugstore change -- chain.

Earnings were below estimates.

They announced plans to close 76 stores during the second half of the year.

From the trade to the call,

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