The Top Ten Stocks for Friday, September 6

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Sept. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks including Yelp, Microsoft and the U.S. 10-Year Treasury yield. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

And about 30 minutes here it.

Number 10, yelp.

The site was rated a new overweight at barclays today.

Number nine, groupon.

It was raised from overweight to equal weight.

The introduction of its deal bank and strength in mobile.

Number eight, bank of america.

The unified group of homeowners can soothe a lender for its failure to modify mortgages -- sue the lender for its failure to modify mortgages.

Number seven, carnival cruise lines.

A demand from the epa to clean up pollution.

Number six, and american tower.

The biggest tower operator announced it would buy the parent company of global tower.

Number five, tiffany.

Traders are starting to put more bullish bets on the luxury jewelry retailer.

Microsoft that number four.

The software company finally easing up some small gains following news of its 72 -- $7.2 billion takeover, nokia handsets.

Number three, verizon.

There was talk that it would buy vodafone for $130 billion.

The company plans to meet with bond investors in the u.s. and europe next week.

Number two is apple.

The company is said to be near final agreement to offer its iphone to the largest mobile carrier in japan.

The deal is critical for apple , who is losing out to sam song in that area.

Are number one item is the bond market, or 10 year yield.

Investors watch this closely.

The 10 year yield is now below 3%, and declined considerably

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