The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, July 5

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July 05 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Michael McKee and Dominic Chu report on today's ten most important stocks including Best Buy, Yahoo! and Samsung. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Chairman and founder dennis wilson tries to sell his stake in the company.

Number nine is going to be blackberry.

Facing sanctions in indonesia after an outage left users unable to access its messaging services.

The sanctions may hinder the efforts to increase market share in indonesia, which it relies on for 10% of its subscriber base.

Number eight is dell.

Michael dell getting more ammunition in his bid to take the company private grade the committee in charge of weighing bids for dell releasing a note -- private.

The committee in charge of weighing bids for dell releasing a note about unrealistic multiples.

Sounding the alarm on germany's largest bank, deutsche bank.

Regulators passed new leverage requirements for european banks.

Number six is yahoo.

Ceo marissa mayer continuing her shopping spree.

$70 million for a software maker to help yahoo organize its messaging and mail services.

Number five, offshore driller seadrill.

It expands its fleet and undergoes high paced expansion.

Number four, zynga.

Shares of the online game maker continued their climb this morning.

Optimism , zynga able to capture its new ceo by offering him compensation topping $50 million.

Number three is tesla.

The electric carmaker said to receive hundreds of orders for its new model "s" sedan, enough to double the amount of electric cars on the road in hong kong.

Shares jumped over 2%. number two, alcoa.

The aluminum producer.

Investors preparing for the unofficial kickoff of earnings season.

Surging aluminum production in china.

Number one, samsung.

Sales on the smartphone fell short.

Despite expectation of the bigger screen and new software, could go head-to-head with apple's iphone, the market is nearing saturation.

This text has been automatically generated. It may not be 100% accurate.

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