The Top Ten Stocks for Wednesday, Feb. 19

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Feb. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Olivia Sterns, and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

With the top 10, the only trade you need to know today.

Olivia stays with me and also alix steel.

Eli lilly.

Pharma company said the experimental lung cancer drug significantly improved patient survival rates compared to a placebo in late stage trials.

Shares rose on the news.

Number nine, chelsea therapeutics.

It won u.s. approval for a drug to prevent sudden drop of blood pressure.

The medicine was cleared under the fda accelerated approval program and the stock is up 50% the past three months.

And this mining company reporting record gold and silver reserves and the quarter, and also said gold production rose 190%. number seven, herbalife.

The magician company posted a 10% increase in fourth-quarter profit, -- the nutrition company posted a 10% increase in fourth-quarter profit.

Sales in china rose more than 120% in the quarter, the fastest of any region worldwide.

And everbright falling after the chain announced it is investing more in its restaurants -- panera is falling.

It also gave a disappointing forecast in the current quarter due to the weather.

Garmin reporting a 27% gain in fourth-quarter profit, helped by strong demand for the aviation and fitness products.

It says the non-automotive segments were 50% of total revenue.

Carlyle group says fourth-quarter profit more than tripled as the value of its funds jumped on the profits generated from the sale of assets.

Private equity portfolio rose in the quarter.

Number three, mgm resorts, the largest casino operator on the las vegas strip.

Its loss narrowed in the fourth quarter, beating analyst estimates.

The results reflect continued strength of governing -- gambling in macau along with the recovery in las vegas.

Number two, joseph a. bank launching a tender offer to buy back shares.

The offer price, $65 a share, marking nearly a 20% premium over yesterday's closing price.

Number one is the big deal this morning in the jewelry business, signet jewelers and zales, agreeing to buy its

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