The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, Aug. 25

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Aug. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Julie Hyman, Scarlet Fu and Matt Miller report on today's ten most important stocks on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

The only stories that you need to know about today.

Julie hyman and scarlet fu join me.

I will kick it off.

Ladies?

U.s. steel, credit suisse updated from underperformed over perform with potential upsides in their entry into direct reduced iron.

They also raise their price target to $50 from $25. is knee, the entertainment giant's "guardians of the galaxy" is a top movie this summer.

Taking in $17.6 million over the weekend, putting it past "transformers" as the leader.

August 1, generating $252 million.

Domestic ticket sales.

I really want to see it.

Number eight, the owner of and taylor and and loft is the latest target of activist investors, urging the company to sell itself by $2.5 billion and that failing a sale they said that their fortune by back is a sign of confidence.

Trip advisor, raising price targets to $100 per share from $88. reiterating their hold rating on the travel site, saying that trip advisor's update to its hotel listings last week should lead to a better user experience and monetization.

The name of the game.

Exactly.

Number six, sunflower investing $30 million to triple its use of solar energy this year, installing more solar power at eight places in five states, giving verizon the most solar generating capacity of any other u.s. company.

We spoke earlier to his chief sustainability officer.

You did it, didn't you?

He was fascinating and a lightning.

What is the most interesting thing he said?

Fuel-cell technology to run buildings.

And automotive we are not there yet.

What about tesla?

Everybody gets that.

Sure.

Number five, downgraded to neutral from outperform, citing the iu asian and peak margins, the company just led to analyst estimates topping pete quarter profits in record territory on friday.

Sony, the company's playstation network is back online after a hacking attack shut it down over the weekend.

The maker of the world's best-selling videogame console says that no personal information was compromised, but loads of nerds were super pissed off.

And his plane was diverted to phoenix.

True, a separate incident.

Him a? true, the twitter account that claimed responsibility for the hacking attack made a bomb threat.

Roche is making the unprofitable biotech company in the u.s. for $8 billion in cash, still waiting approval for their biggest drug, which could be the first in the u.s. to treat a rare he lung disease.

King digital entertainment investors, still sweet on the videogame maker for the moment, shares surging following the announcement that the candy crush maker is bringing its popular game to china.

I had a seven-year-old tell me yesterday -- do you know how to play candy crush?

I had to say no.

No, don't get started.

Number one, burger king, the latest u.s. company to consider moving out of the united states of america because our tax regime is so oppressive.

[opened up] -- they'll] -- bell] they are in discussions to purchase tim hortons and move to canada, canada to the north.

It would make burger king the world's third largest fast food chain and they would have so much more money out there.

15% more, in fact, they would save.

Markets are open, let's bring in the u.s. for folio strategist at cantor core genuity.

The market finally looks

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