The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, June 6

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June 6 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu, and Matt Miller report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Need to know about today.

Matt miller joins in.

Let's start with number 10 and t mobile.

It is nearing an agreement to be acquired by sprint is likely to run the combined company.

The t mobile chief is being favored over dan hesse, the ceo of sprint.

Number nine is angie's list which has been upgraded to a buy from neutral.

The company's overall trends are moving in a positive direction.

It's a small rebound from an otherwise down year.

Number eight is monster beverage.

The soda maker has been ordered to pay $1.7 million to the beastie boys and a copyright infringement suit.

The band has accused monster beverage of using its music in a promotional internet video without permission.

Number seven is aig, who said it may repurchase as much as an additional $2 billion in private stock after selling its aircraft business.

They have brought back about $418 million in shares as the end of the first quarter.

Number six isveriphone reported second-quarter profit that topped out that analyst estimates.

Because of their forecast for the year as well.

Number five is men's wearhouse who reported first-quarter earnings that were better than wall street's estimate.

It also said it expects its planned merger with joseph a tank to be completed within the next few weeks plus emma you will like the way you look, they guarantee it.

We just had to say it.

Number four is panera bread announcing a three-year stock buyback row gram worth up to 600 million dollars replacing an existing one that was set to expire in august of next year.

They said earlier this week it will remove all artificial ingredients from its food by 2015, part of a healthy food craze.

Number three is diamond foods.

It reported a loss for the third quarter.

It voted strength that had reported strengthen its mac business.

Number two is hertz.

It fell as much as 12% in early trading after saying it needs to fix three years of accounting.

It also announced that quarterly results will not meet consensus estimates on weaker car rental revenue.

Number one is ups, which is named the chief operating officer david abney its new ceo replacing scott davis so don't miss both executives on "market makers" today after 10:00 eastern time this morning.

As the markets trade on the jobs data, i want to bring in economist mohamed el-erian who is a former ceo of the big bond from emco and now the chief economic advisor to allianz.

What is your take this morning

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