The Top Ten Stocks for Aug. 5

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Aug. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Adam Johnson, Matt Miller and Trish Regan report on today’s ten most important stocks including Apple, Tesla and Time Warner Cable. (Source: Bloomberg)

We will get too caught up on the only stocks in need to know about today.

No.

10, apple.

The obama administration vetoed a ruling from the international trade commission that would have been the import of patents.

Essentially stopping apple from selling the devices in the u.s.. qualcomm, shares are dropping 1%. reduced demand for high-end smartphone has caused their revenue to drop.

#8, that plus, jefferies said that the -- tesla, jeffries said that the firm believes the adjustment should help to distinguish the buyers.

#7, falling 4.5% today, the ceo said that " -- growth is slowing in chinese markets.

Latin american growth eased in the first half for hsbc.

Had group down one fraction today.

The deal values them at $4.4 billion.

It is the largest takeover of u.s. insurance broker on record.

J.c. penney, down 3.5%, hiring deborah berman of craft.

She will be responsible for revitalizing their brand.

How often can you revitalize?

She will be under the ceo.

They need a lot of people, they have a lot of revitalizing to do.

And then you wonder why the stock goes down.

You high aircraft to retailers for box stores?

With mostly women's clothing?

Get someone who knows what she's doing, right?

Kraft, she does jesus?

[laughter] -- she does cheese?

[laughter] bloomberg reported that the u.s. decision in the case may limit interstitial is to rely and roiled to revenues used in smartphone chips in sound transmissions.

Tyson, rising to its highest level since 1984 after earnings and revenue beat analysts' estimates.

The chicken unit was in a wider margins during the third quarter.

The chicken unit, revlon, the cosmetics maker agreed to purchase the: group for a bolstering offering to a lot of customers.

Coming up on our number one stock of the day, time warner cable, down more than half of 1% right now.

The ceo has offered to put an end to the fore day blackout of cbs stations.

Saying that it would be sold oligarch to consumers -- ala carte to the sewers.

Cbs has responded saying that they have formulated their response and we are waiting for that.

[closing bell] markets ending slightly closer -- slightly lower on the s&p. trading down 52 points there.

On a bit of a downside day for the markets here.

Looks like financials, health

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