The Top Ten Stocks for Sept. 2

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Sept. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Trish Regan and Matt Miller report on today’s top ten stocks on “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Heading into the close, i'm here with matt miller.

Halliburton, britain, down today.

Halliburton was accused by oil spill victims and bp by doing defective work on the oil rigs.

And yet they got off pretty cheap comparison to the rigs.

Number nine is tesla after getting an upgrade from stifel nicolaus.

The new price target set at $400. that would mean tesla is worth about 68,000 times its earnings.

No big deal.

Number eight, norwegian cruise lines on the rise.

The third-largest u.s. cruise operator has agreed to purchase prestige cruises at a deal valued at $3 billion.

Dish network in the green after added to the goldman sachs conviction buy list.

Saying they would benefit from the accelerating process between telecom, cable, and satellite.

Groupon upgraded from sector perform to over perform.

Shares are dropping down 42% year to date.

It's worth $7. that's nothing to sneeze at for groupon.

Apple up slightly even though it got hacked and lost naked pictures of kate upton and jennifer lawrence.

Apple released a statement saying that its services are completely safe.

Unless you are jennifer lawrence or canada didn't in which case, not that safe.

Four as home depot in the red announcing they were working with law enforcement officials and banks to investigate a possible data breach.

A spokesperson responded we are aggressively gathering facts while working to protect our customers.

In this case, no nude photos were released.

Too bad.

Keith alexander was just on, former head of the nsa.

Look at all these companies having problems now and it really begs the question whether we should be doing more overall.

What should concern you more?

Your debit card number or your iphoto account?

In my case, it would be the debit card.

The cyber security later -- leader.

Staples for the sixth straight day.

Upgrading to an outperform.

The company should purchase office depot in order to fend off retailers and would reduce costs by $1.44 billion.

Dollar general, family dollar, and dollar tree.

The dollar wars continuing.

They have raised their bid to take the offer directly to investors if it gets rejected.

Putting tension on the proposed dollar tree bid after being seen as more friendly to antitrust regulators.

Here we are at the close of trade.

Markets close in lower except for the nasdaq.

This text has been automatically generated. It may not be 100% accurate.

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