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Aug. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman and Olivia Sterns report on today's ten most important stocks on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

From losses after the news last night about airstrikes against iraq --into iraq.

That rattled investors overseas as well as here for a moment.

We are "on the markets" again in 30 minutes.

Here are the top 10 stories you need to know about.

Julie hyman and olivia sterns joining us this morning.

Let's start with number 10, lions gate.

They reported first-quarter earnings that beat wall street estimates.

Revenue fell short as the company only released two movies during the quarter compared to three the year before.

Number nine, gap.

I was talking about a peril not being a strong back to school, but cap -- i was talking about apparel not being as strong back-to-school, but they reported a rise last month.

They forecast second-quarter earnings above wall street estimates.

Number eight, we are all worried about ebola.

They may have a cure.

The fda paved the way for the vancouver company to possibly give its experimental drug to people infected.

Shares surging in the premarket and up nearly 62% over the last water weeks.

Number seven is exxon mobil.

Sanctions against the russian oil industry having no impact on the company.

They will start drilling a well in the arctic ocean tomorrow according to the russian government.

Sanctions restricting the export of equipment do not import -- affect their plans because they signed the contract before those measures.

Were announced.

It did not stop companies from saying the russian companies were going to affect their bottom line.

It is a was good to have an escape cause if your results are not as strong as expected.

I have been doing this a long time.

Number six, shares of the energy drink marking getting a jolt.

Second quarter earnings beat analysts estimates the revenue fell short.

They upgraded shares to neutral.

The weight-loss company said second-quarter profits fell by 20%, heard by a 17% drop in sales.

They cut the full-year revenue forecast to below the lowest analyst estimates.

The ceo says gaining new customers has been challenging.

The second quarter profits topped estimates.

Sales fell short due to the lost of broadcast rights to the ncaa tournament.

The owner of the most-watched television network double-dip spivack and raised the dividend.

Likely -- doubled the buyback and raised the dividend.

The founder giving up control.

He selling half of his stake to private equity firm advent international for $845 million.

He also agreed not to pursue a hostile takeover of the company.

Incredible how far it has come.

I still don't own a pair of their yoga pants.

I don't know how that is possible.

There are a lot of choices.

That is why it is not doing better.

The online gaming company posting quarterly results at the low end of forecasts.

Also slashing the outlook for the year saying it is postponing several new games as they transition to more mobile play.

Shares falling nearly 15% on the news.

As the opening bell rings, mcdonald's is our number one stock.

They reported a 2.5% drop in

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