The Top Ten Stocks for Aug. 4

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Aug. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Trish Regan, Matt Miller and Julie Hyman report on today’s top ten stocks on “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Amazon, up 2%. they will be adding streaming services.

Number nine is walgreens, up nearly 3%. they are replacing their cfo, effective immediately.

Walgreens is post to announce whether or not it will move overseas to cut its u.s. tax bill.

Number eight is autonation, up numeral one percent.

They reported a 7% increase every premium luxury sales were up 17%. it's number seven, ever core in the red.

The all stock deal dilutes the value of existing shares.

Him or six, soda stream is down 2%. following after soros fund management sold its stake in the company.

Soros bought 24 .3 million shares of the israeli company earlier this year, according to a filing with the fcc.

The reason for the sale was not given.

Number five, mcdonald's is down just slightly.

It is set to resume selling beef and chicken in china after it was accused of repackaging old meat.

The company says the matter is hurting sales in asia.

Not surprisingly, although the issue is, it's not like there are other choices.

All the chinese fast food was bad.

Everybody across china had to eat regular food.

I feel like the whole country must be healthier now.

Number four is amgen, gaining after a late stage trial for its blood cancer drug succeeded.

The trials found that patients live significantly longer compared to standard treatment.

Grace number three, cardinal health down 2%. fourth-quarter revenue fell.

Revenue was hampered by the expiration of the deal with walgreens.

The company did beat analyst estimates.

I think you're talking about a different wall.

I don't go to walmart.

Am so confused right now.

China's government will stop buying antivirus software from symantec and casper skied labs because of security concerns.

Here we are, coming up on the number one stock of the day.

Today it is michael kors, down about 6%. the ceo said profitability would decline this year because of an experiment to bring in fall products earlier in the year did not work.

Here we are at the close of trading and you can see what a turnaround from last week.

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

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