The Top Ten Stocks for Wednesday, November 20

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Nov. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton, Alix Steel and Olivia Sterns report on today's ten most important stocks including Priceline, Lowe’s, and J.C. Penney. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

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

Alex will stay with us.

Olivia sterns joining us as well.

Kicking things off with price eline.com moving deeper into mobile.

Allowing travelers to search for flights and access real-time prices.

Robin leave the second richest man in china according to the bloomberg oleanders index.

Aggressive acquisition strategy has helped them this past year.

Number eight, johnson & johnson has agreed to pay nearly 2.5 billion dollars to settle thousands of lawsuits over its recalled hip implant.

The settlement is the second multimillion dollar accord for johnson & johnson.

Number seven is yahoo!

Roosting the stock back planned by $5 billion, retorting -- returning more cash to shareholders.

The second largest since they have agreed to repurchase shares from dan loeb in july.

Number six is deere, forecasting better-than-expected earnings for the 2014 fiscal year on rising demand for construction and for a stream machinery.

They also posted fourth-quarter earnings that topped wall street estimates.

Number five is a herbalife.

The ceo of post-holdings and the raisins brand as did the holdings in herbalife to 6.4%, saying he will seek talks in an effort to help spend off bill ackman who alleges it is a pyramid scheme.

That has been a big story this year.

Number four is best buy.

Shares of the world's largest consumer electronics retailers fell after saying it will keep pace with competitor discounts in the holiday season.

That may hurt fourth-quarter profitability.

Number three, jpmorgan.

Reaching a record $13 billion deal to end a civil charges with the justice department.

They agreement holds jpmorgan accountable for fraud in the war gige market but lacks explicit admission of wrongdoing.

Number two is lowe's. -- the agreement holds jpmorgan accountable for fraud in the mortgage market but lacks explicit admission of wrongdoing.

The number one stock to watch today, jcpenney.

The ceo showing progress and reviving the the business.

Jcpenney issuing a promising outlook or fourth-quarter same- store sales, but analysts say jcpenney has a very long road to recovery ahead.

That is the opening bell.

You're hearing it for yourself there.

Getting you to chicago.

Glenn schultz is there from performance trust capital partners.

Looks like a positive open.

What are you hoping for a? what i am watching for is the follow-through of market action.

Retail sales blue consensus away.

That caused a lot of market participants to start pulling the tape for estimates forward.

I think that is a little bit of a mistake.

I think janet yellen will prove to be as dovish as chairman ben bernanke, but we will look at existing home sales.

That will come up.

We will get some idea of the strength of the housing market.

If we seek consensus numbers, i think that will be good enough for the markets.

-- if we see consensus numbers, i think that will be good enough for the markets.

I think the pressure to take

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