The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, May 9

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May 9 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu, and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

In advanced talks to buy beat electronics.

We will continue to cover that story for you throughout the day on bloomberg television.

We are on the markets again in 30 minutes.

We have a top 10 trades you need to know about this morning.

Let's start with number 10, citigroup, being crowned the world's biggest currency trader, ending deutsche bank nine-year reign.

Citigroup, which last led the ranking in 2002, claimed more than 16% market share in currency trade.

Number nine, herbalife.

The ceo michael johnson sold stock for a profit.

He has been battling with hedge fund activist manager bill ackman who has accused herbalife of operating a pyramid scheme.

Number eight, toyota motors.

They will start farming out manufacturing.

They said they will move the terror the camera production to kentucky in the second half of 2016. tesla motors is facing another block in another state, missouri, who is considering a bill to restrict selling to auto dealers.

It comes after new jersey decision to ban passed with selling directly to customers.

It cash you should -- number seven is grubhub.

They grew at an equal pace.

Rocket fuel.

The company reported a miss in.

They also issued a week forecast for the current quarter.

Number four, hilton worldwide.

First-quarter profit more than tripled thanks to rising rates in the industry, and they said the company is very optimistic about the rest of 2014. number three, the cap.

They -- gap.

It would help an unexpected gain in april sales.

They are investing $300 million in technology over the next three years, part of a larger effort to offset slowing mall traffic.

Your number two stock to watch his ralph lauren.

They trailed estimates and issued a disappointing forecast.

Ralph lauren says same-store sales declined 2%. number one, apple.

The iphone maker is in advanced talks to buy headphones make them eat electronics for -- beats electronics for $3.2 billion.

It would be apple's largest acquisition ever.

I want to bring in the portfolio manager at first eagle management.

His call is it is a dangerous time for value investors, which is why he is keeping a fifth of

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