The Top Ten Stocks for Aug. 28

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Aug. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Trish Regan, Matt Miller and Olivia Sterns report on today’s top ten stocks on “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)

And olivia sterns.

Time for your top 10. jpmorgan down after an ounce jpmorgan and five other banks have been involved in a hack attack.

Jpmorgan says it has increased its defense of against computer hackers in the spending up to 200 million per year, clearly not enough to prevent it.

Glaxosmithkline sciences in the u.s. will be rolling out safety trials of the new ebola vaccine.

The fda has approved phase one trials of the drug as the death toll from the disease rises in west africa.

Number eight, down after posting second-quarter earnings that come it in -- they came in less than three cents than analysts estimated.

Number seven is apple.

Said to hold an event on september 9 where the company said to be debuting new iphones and wearable devices.

E-mail invitations with apple teasing wish we could say more.

Thing god.

I can other -- i can hardly wait another day.

This cycle takes too long.

Number six, t-mobile deutsche telekom said it is open to the negotiated sale of the wireless carrier with an offer of $35 or more.

Earlier this month t-mobile ejected the bid of three dollars per share and has not had an increased offer since.

I hope iliad wins because they have a plan and france that is three euros per month.

Number five, dollar general.

The stock rising after the discount retailer posted reckoned quarter profits that matched analysts estimates and saying firmly committed to a deal with family dollar.

They originally went to family dollar with a $9 billion offer that was rejected in favor of a lower bit because of antitrust concerns.

They say.

I did not buy that.

I am just glad the dollar tree is staying independent for now.

I told you about dollar tree.

I'm glad they are staying independent.

But you love it.

Number three, williams-sonoma . the stock following the most in 31 months.

The company blames slow traffic in north america and its reliance on promotions to drive sales.

And number two, also down today, yes -- falling to its lowest in 2012, guess is also lowering its forecast.

Can you believe we are already in our number one stock of the day?

Abercrombie & fitch.

It is falling the most today in more than nine months.

[closing bell] same-store sales falling 7% in the quarter.

They are struggling to compete with all of the fast-forward stores like forever 21. i've also heard that the salespeople now have to put their shirts back on.

But that will affect things, two.

Here we are at the close of trading, but the s&p not quite

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