The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, September 20

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Sept. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Alix Steel and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks including AK Steel Holdings, Cyclacel Pharmaceuticals and Apple. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

With the top 10. julie hyman joins in, our senior markets correspondent.

Home depot plans to and health care coverage for about 20 thousand part-time employees.

Home depot will direct them to government sponsored exchanges.

Number nine is disney.

The company will and its movie deal with pirates of the caribbean producer.

It will focus on pixar.

It will still work with the best-known action producers on the fifth high-risk film.

Number eight.

The life insurer has joined other non-banks as being estimated as a systemically important institution.

Who didn't show previously challenged that finding a court, but was rejected.

The software company regained some footing after a stumble.

They ended a streak of disappointing results.

Number six, a.k. steal's -- steel's production was negatively impacted by a mechanical failure.

Positive results against ovarian cancer.

Chclacel shares surging 30% over the news.

0-- cyclacel shares surging 30% over the news.

Number three, jcpenney.

Shares have been on the move.

The fifth largest shareholder as a leading its entire stake in the company.

-- exiting its entire stake in the company.

Number two, the parent company of red lobster and olive garden.

Are earnings came in well below estimates.

There are ongoing efforts to revamp menus and offer deals.

Lex number one today is apple -- number one today is apple.

They have gone a year without releasing a new device.

Joining us now from chicago is the president of trading advantage at the cme.

We talked about our interview

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