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July 09 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Sara Eisen and Scarlet Fu highlight the news you need to follow for today's trading. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

Subscriber numbers, passing the 25 million mark in the second quarter, boosting its total net subscribers over the prior forecast.

Guess what they are siding in subscriber growth?

Strong auto demand.

Of course, detroit.

They reaffirmed their 2013 subscriber additions and investors are cheering.

Speaking of strong auto sales, here is one.

Joining the nasdaq 100 this morning, may on the benchmark for the popular triple q, tesla will replace oracle, moving to the new york stock exchange, the big board.

This is all affected on the start of trading.

Investors are coursed positioning themselves ahead of that, buying up shares and dropping shares in composition.

You also have to be watching barnes and noble shares today.

They are trading lower in the pre-market, down about 3% in early market trading.

Right now we know that the ceo of nook media will be in charge, but we do not know who will be taking over.

We also do not know whether they will go forward with the plan to split up the retail business, some say that this might be a step in that direction.

Is microsoft going to come in more?

After some comments here that barnes and noble is in the process of reviewing its current strategic plan.

Perhaps that includes breaking up some of the businesses.

We're also taking a look at shares of kroger and harris teeter this morning, buying the supermarket for $2.5 million in cash.

Harris teeter of course, telling everyone that they are looking for strategic alternatives.

They did not get much of a bump up on the news this morning.

Turns out that kroger just one.

$500 billion, that is how

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