The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, July 18

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July 18 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Dollar moved toward began -- the yen.

We will keep an eye on the safe haven.

We go back on the markets once again in 30 minutes.

Let's count down to the open with the top 10. the only stores you need to know today.

Let's start with number 10. the hospice care service company has been resisting a hospital takeover.

It says it has another suitor.

Gently that -- gentiva will resisting hostile takeover, but it is now looking at an offer.

It is not naming the bidder.

Amazon unveiling a new service.

Letting customers binge on books like they do with their favorite tv shows on netflix.

Cano unlimited includes over 600,000 books.

-- kindle unlimited includes over 600,000 books.

Slumberedbeating estimates, but sailed -- failed to impress investors.

They see a more cautious outlook.

Mcdonald's. a federal agency is investigating if they were fired for joining labor unions.

Mcdonald's has been under increasing pressure to raise wages and made national protests and strikes.

They are looking for that $15 per hour minimum wage.

The chipmaker's third-quarter sales jumped 35%. earnings growth rob did oppenheimer to raise a price target on the stock.

Shares are surging on the news.

General electric reporting earnings that matched wall street estimates.

Revenue is up by about 3%. the results and a quarter when jeff him out made the biggest acquisition in ge's history.

We listened in on the call and integration is the key question.

Honeywell.

The industrial conglomerate reported a 8% jump in quarterly profit, beating estimates.

Honeywell also raised the lower end of its full-year forecast.

Let's get to some tech.

Advanced micro devices.

They missed analyst estimates.

They're losing to intel.

Amd said second-quarter sales in its computing solutions unit fell 20% from a year ago.

Number two is google.

Topped estimates due to ad sales.

The number of clicked on ads on youtube searches increased 33%. that made up for a drop in ad prices.

Number one is abbvie.

They have finally sealed the

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