The Top Ten Stocks for Wednesday, March 5

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March 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman, and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

February from 64 in the prior month.

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Thank you.

We're on the markets again in 30 minutes.

Let's count down the top 10 but the only traits you need to know about.

We start with number 10 and xoma as they said they would hold studies of a new arthritis drug saying it was not effective enough cap they've been downgraded from neutral.

Fuelcell is gaining.

Number eight, canadian solar shares on june after the solar equipment maker reported fourth-quarter earnings that missed estimates.

They also issued a disappointing revenue forecast for the quarter due to longer shipping time to japan and the u.s.. number seven, barnes & noble -- the surge of 55% in the last month has put it in the most overbought stocks in the russell 2000. last week they posted a $62.3 million third quarter profit and they plan to introduce a new nook tablet.

Number six, engine-maker navi star reports lower sales to the military.

Number five, topping estimates, brown-foreman with sales object daniels -- jack daniels.

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Bob evans farms reported third third -- third quarter earnings that missed and they cut their outlook, and was the latest company to say severe weather impacted sales.

Number three, honeywell says they expect earnings to grow at a double-digit pace.

They also seek to spend more than $10 billion on strategic acquisitions.

Number two, petsmart reporting earnings that topped estimates, revenue in same-store sales mixed, and they issued a promising forecast for 2015. number one, smith & wesson.

Shares rose after the firearms maker reported third quarter profits above estimates and issued a better-than-expected profit forecast for the current quarter citing increased and that -- handgun sales and profit margins.

Time for the call on the markets.

I want to bring in steve wood who is calling that markets go up this year by 4%-to-

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