The Top Ten Stocks for Aug. 30

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Aug. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Trish Regan, Adam Johnson and Julie Hyman report on today’s ten most important stocks including Apache, GE and Salesforce. (Source: Bloomberg)

Happens during today's session, don't worry.

It's time for our top 10. coming in at number 10 is facebook, down a fraction after earlier gains.

Stifel nicholas raised its price target, believing facebook will meet estimates in the near term.

It also said the company will continue to gain ad share and has a buy rating on the stock.

Big lots reports second- quarter profit that beats the analyst estimates, but big lots is lowering its full-year guidance and giving a cautious view for the third quarter, citing inventory cost as it sets up or the holiday season.

Curious that people would buy the stock under that scenario.

It was for shares of carter's. -- a boost for shares of carter's, the children's retail company.

It is trying to return capital to shareholders.

Moving on to number seven, american mobile says it is ready to drop a 9.5 billion dollar bid after the dutch phone company used its options to buy shares in what is described as a hostile takeover.

Lex krispy kreme posts a drop in quarterly profits, obviously coming in below estimates -- crispy -- krispy kreme posts a drop in quarterly profits.

It confirms its full-year forecast, but down 15%. absolutely painful.

My record is three of those glazed doughnuts simultaneously.

I ate them as they came off the conveyor else right there.


Like you shoved them all together?

That's awesome.

Number five is apple, down about one percent as the company begins an iphone trade-in program.

Apple says it will let phone owners trade-in phones for credit ahead of a new release.

It cannot come soon enough for me.

I have a 4s, and the thing is limping along.

That is an oldie.

I had a 3 for a long time, and i got a five, and it is so fast.

They do not last for very long.

That one -- that way, you have to buy a new one.

They could design tires that would last forever.

Wal-mart up more than .5% . walmart is lending $50 million to the countries factory owners after the collapse of the garment complex killed more than 1000 people.

Apache jumped more than nine percent today as the oil and natural gas producer sells a minority stake in its egyptian venture.

An analyst says this sale is a big step forward in apache's portfolio rebalancing efforts . general electric might be making a move here.

The company reportedly plans to spin off its credit card division through an initial public offering stock.

The ipo could come early next year according to the "wall street journal." wechsler to move to our number one stock of the day, jumping to an all-time high after the company reported strong second-quarter.

They've been adding to sales as

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