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Stocks give up gains; Toys "R" Us CEO reveals hottest holiday toys

U.S. stocks (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC) couldn't hold onto the gains we saw this morning and turned negative for the day in afternoon trading.

Winners and losers
GameStop (GME), Hewlett-Packard (HPQ), and Viacom (VIAB) all fell today. The media giant slid after Deutsche-Bank downgraded it from buy to hold, citing "structural reasons" for slower growth than at other big-media companies.

Some names that fared better today: Alcoa (AA), Constellation Brands (STZ), and Tyson Foods (TSN), which beat Wall Street estimates guided higher for fiscal 2016 and benefited from last year's purchase of Hillshire Brands.

Hottest holiday toys
Toys "R" Us is out with its "Fabulous 15" list of toys for this holiday season. We'll talk with CEO David Brandon about the outlook for his company, why they chose to open on Thanksgiving, and the ongoing debate about gender in the toy aisle.

Looking ahead
Here is just some of what we'll be watching tomorrow:

• Investors will get plenty of economic data tomorrow, from consumer confidence to the Case-Shiller home price index, plus a second read on the Q3 GDP number

• Q3 earnings will be released from the likes of Hewlett-Packard, Tiffany & Co., (TIF) and Dollar Tree (DLTR)

• We'll talk to the long-time CEO of WD-40 (WDFC) about how his business continues to thrive. The stock has doubled in the last decade, and he has lofty expectations for the next ten years.