The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, April 11

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April 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

This is on the back of the declines yesterday.

The nasdaq falling the most since november of 2011. we are continuing to see selling off in the technology stocks this morning.

All of this combined, not looking like a positive open.

Thank you so much, julie hyman.

These are the only trades you need to know about today.

Number 10, the automaker, the lincoln brand is undergoing a $1 billion overhaul.

It had been headed up by a former g.m. executive.

He was replaced in december by the former head of the european luxury line.

That is just coming out.

Goldman sachs upgraded this to buy.

It is likely to provide cross sale opportunities.

Goldman raised its price target per share.

Shares are falling in the premarket.

The company picked a tough time to go public.

Since it began trading late last month, shares are down 20% giving it a market cap of less than $6 billion.

Are you having bacon while you're playing candy crush?

Totally.

Number seven, the auto lender bailed out by the u.s. government in 2008 meet its trading debut yesterday.

The ipo was $25 a share.

Spy pricing on the low end, shares fell 4% -- despite pricing on the low end, shares fell 4%. shares are trading higher premarket after they announced a share repurchase program of 14% shares.

They plan to fund the purchase with existing cash.

Zynga has hired a former best buy executive to be the new chief financial officer.

Hoping a management shakeup can turn the company around.

It has also cut staff and introduced new titles that can be played on smart phones and tablets.

Number four, the specialty retailer reported same-store sales fell 6% in march.

It was downgraded to neutral.

The firm has a 12 month price target of $41 per share.

Number three is h&r block.

It is selling its banking unit.

The move is intended to help the government -- company escape increased oversight.

Details were not disclosed but they will likely dilute its fiscal 2015 earnings were $.79 a share.

Wells fargo posting a 14% increase in first-quarter earnings as fewer customers missed loan payments.

The company earned $1.05 per share.

This marks a record quarter for

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