The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, September 13

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Sept. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks including Pandora, Goldman Sachs and Facebook. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Scarlet fu stays with us, and julie hyman joins in.

Number 10, ever check.

Cashing out as part of its secondary offering of 20 million shares.

Number nine is intel.

The shares were upgraded from buy to hold.

Jeffrey says intel's new focus on lower power, higher performance and cheaper solutions to transfer into gains.

Number eight, bank of america.

Seeking a license that will allow them to work with companies that want to keep money on shore in russia.

Now on track for $42 million in smart phone sales this year, sony.

Sony has been rolling out new products in an effort to recapture market share lost to samsung.

Number six, pandora.

Pulling back this morning after a 12% surge yesterday.

Mcandrews previously led visual marketing for qantas . in shanghai, the disney resort set to open in 2015 could be its largest.

This may plans to buy back six to $8 million in shares.

Goldman sachs executives might be sitting happy today.

The investment bank named the lead underwriter on the twitter ipo.

Number three is apple, after unveiling two new iphones this week carriers are rolling out their own plans for the devices.

T-mobile and at&t to offer the lower-priced iphone 5 for zero dollars down and monthly payments of $22. this comes as carriers shift towards more flexible service plans.

Number two, dell.

Shareholders agreed to let michael dell and silver lake by the pc maker -- buy the pc maker.

Number one, facebook.

All eyes on the social networking company after twitter announced its own plan yesterday to go public.

The microblogging service will be the most anticipated ipo since twitter's -- facebook's. joining us from chicago at the cme is alan up men, senior market analyst at trading advantage.

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