The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, May 23

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May 23 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman, and Scarlet Fu report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Sales rose nine percent last month with an 18% jump at old navy.

Barbel technologies: despite better-than-expected fourth-quarter results after the bell.

Also, the company's quarterly growth arjun fell as demand for its chips use fell in mobile communications.

Number eight is gamestop.

The videogame retailer reported earnings that beat estimates.

Along with strong earnings, they also say comparable sales will rise 12% to 19% this quarter.

Number seven, foot locker.

They reported first-quarter earnings that exceeded estimates.

The company earned $162 million in the third quarter compared to 130 $2 million in the same period a year ago.

Shares of orbitz getting a pop in the markets.

Announcement of a second common stock offering.

They will offer 7.5 million shares at $6.60 each.

The effective date for the split will be announced at a later time.

Visa and mastercard, credit card companies staying in russia.

Executives met with the russian government.

They spoke about new rules that would require them to pay a security deposit to work in that country.

Aruba networks, selling off despite reporting third-quarter earnings in line with estimates.

The company said it used fourth quarter gross margin at the end of its forecast.

Shares of fresh market surging after the company reported double-digit growth and first quarter sales.

They also protected earnings that topped analyst estimates.

Number one is hewlett-packard.

Meg whitman plans to cut 16,000 more jobs on top of 34,000 previously announced as part of a restructuring plan.

They reported second-quarter earnings in line with estimates.

Sales have fallen for 11 straight quarters as pc demand continues to fall.

I want to bring in michael purvis, the chief global strategist and we didn't company.

His call is that earnings season is largely behind us.

Stocks remained at near record

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