The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, February 6

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Feb. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu, and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

30 minutes.

Thank you scarlet.

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Julie hyman joins in.

Number 10, carnival.

Analysts said earnings may more than double in three years.

Number nine, boyd gaming.

It was upgraded to outperform from market perform.

Boyd's improving cash flow.

Raising price target to 11.35. shutterfly.

Higher expenses.

This oh personalized products related to photos.

An unexpected loss for the current year.

Disney -- beat analysts' estimates.

Help by video game sales and the movie "frozen." disney's ceo bob eiger -- iger said he is not ruling anything out about the future of "frozen." you can probably count on some princesses in the works.

At number six is pandora.

Shares falling in the free market even after it eat fourth-quarter earnings.

-- beat fourth-quarter earnings.

Pandora continues to add customers, but its costs are rising, particularly royalty payments.

Another internet-based company -- yelp.

Importantly, the company reported that her than it -- better than estimated revenue.

Aol -- the reported a better than estimated rise in revenue.

I spoke to the ceo earlier this morning.

He said the ceo -- company's record results are due to advertising and video ads.

Number three is akamai.

It beat analysts estimates last quarter and this quarter.

Green mountain to the.

Coca cola buying a 10% stake.

They're looking to produce singleserve cold drinks.

Number one, twitter.

Shares are selling off despite beating analyst sales and earnings estimates.

It's losses -- it's monthly active users grew by 30%, slower than the 39% a year ago.

We will be taking you deeper dive into twitter in just a few minutes.

We are doing that right now.

Cory johnson is standing by with more.

The chatter this morning has been that this is reality sinking in to twitter investors -- that the stock got way ahead of the reality of the company.

I think that is fair.

I am always thing dante pension -- saying don't pay attention to the stock, pay attention to the business.

I think a lot of the things with twitter going into the ipo were about the stock.

It was is carefully managed as any big ipo ever has been.

It probably included baking in

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