The Top Ten Stocks for Wednesday, Feb. 26

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Feb. 26 (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." (Source: Bloomberg)

Three-day basis because of anticipation of warmer weather that would reduce demand.

"on the markets" once again in 30 minutes.

Let's count down to the open with the top 10. alix steel joins in as well.

Let's start with number 10, credit suisse.

U.s. regular dishonesty getting whether the bank improperly shifted money to its private banking unit.

Curtis reese is conducting an internal probe to determine whether it violated accounting rules in the u.s. or switzerland, according to -- a hearing under way in a few moments.

Chesapeake oil and energy fell to a fourth-quarter loss, falling short of estimates this week could they revive plans to spin off its oil field services company.

Number eight is abercrombie & fitch could they beat analyst estimates, saying it would also die back shares the -- also buy back $150 million worth of shares.

Number seven is dreamworks animation.

The studio reported 23% decline in fourth-quarter revenue.

They took up $13.5 million charge on its animated movie "cargo, -- "turbo," which misfired at the box office.

I didn't get a chance to see.

Number six is target.

They're beginning customer loyalty after the data breach affected -- retaining customer loyalty after the data breach affected shares.

Severe weather and a shorter holiday season hurt sales at dollar tree good same-store sales rose but stocks fell on the news.

Number four, tesla.

The electric carmaker's land to boost production jolting shares -- get it?

Elon musk is talking about a factory with panasonic and perhaps other partners.

Number three, first solar come hurt by a regular revenue from a power plant building in the southwest.

First solar says it expects to receive greater share revenue from a project underway.

Number two is lowe's. fourth-quarter profit rose 6.2%, meeting estimates, as the housing revivals bird spending.

-- spurred spending.

Number one, barnes & noble.

The bookstore company said third-quarter revenues fell by 10% versus zero go to him and sales for nook fell as well.

Barnes & noble announced plans to introduce a new color model in early fiscal 2015. the tablet wars are very, very competitive.

As we await the opening bell, the credit suisse ceo brady

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