The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, April 25

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April 25 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu, and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

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Gold now just below $1300 an ounce.

Know when to replace uggla, scarlet fu, rt markets correspondent -- no one can replace you, scarlet fu.

The solar manufacturer posted higher than estimated fourth-quarter profit -- first-quarter profit.

Sunflower says demand is outpacing supply, and factories are running at full capacity.

Number nine is beset the -- if visa.

The company's revenue missed estimates and the ceo says the stronger dollar were killed continue to will continue to weigh on the growth.

Bank of america still waiting with the crisis.

Takeover a dell to less than $70,000 last year.

Share prices surged 619% and a 12 month through february the best in any automaker.

Number six is weatherford international.

The services company has shares gaining after higher forecast sales in all regions.

Number five is ford motors.

The first-quarter profit falling , missing analyst estimates because the higher product costs and bad weather.

The chief operating officer says -- is set to replace alan mulally they.

Microsoft, reporting above loss estimates.

It was the first quarter overseen by satya nadella.

Pandora radio says that increased advertising is helping to narrow a forced quarter loss but shares are down 9.5% after plans to spend aggressively on marketing that will cut into future profits.

Number two is starbucks.

The biggest coffee shop chain reporting a profit within estimates.

Stronger sales of new menu items and the reward programs that has a million dollar -- 8 million members.

Amazon, up 23%.

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