The Top Ten Stocks for July 11

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July 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Julie Hyman report on today’s top ten stocks on “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)

We have the gap number -- the gap down 1%. sales from stores open a year falling 2%. at number nine we have proctor and gamble down a half percent.

The company downgraded.

A new price target of 85 to $87. and then you have whirlpool up a 1%. they announced they will buy a $1 million stake and -- million dollars stake.

This is one of the largest acquisitions.

Maytag acquired it eight years ago.

The company project did -- sales will come in below forecasts.

Awe have been hearing economic pressures from a lot of retail names.

Then you have chevron coming in number six.

The company has one conditional approval from city regulators to complete a one -- complete a one million-dollar upgrade.

It will allow them to process higher crude.

Number five is garden restaurants.

After being accused of violating a new york consumer protection law, the parent company of all of garden and red lobster announced its dismissal of a new york lawsuit.

It alleged an 18% tip was added automatically to diners bills as well as families who listed beverage prices.

It's either added or not added.

I find that interesting.

You look at your bill, you look at any extra charges, you know sometimes people add in charges.

I don't know why there is a dispute over this.

I think they have bigger problems.

Splitting up the x number four is qualcomm.

The wireless maker was moved -- removed from the conviction buy list.

Now we have fastenal, down four percent today.

The industrials construction supplier reported revenue up, but the company fell short, coming in a $949 million.

Number two is wells fargo.

It fell to the lowest net interest margin in 20 years.

And we have number one, the maker of camel cigarettes.

You know who they are.

They are in talks to buy lorillard.

Together, the companies have $56 billion in annual cells -- sales . this is according to data compiled by bloomberg.

This is a sector a few years ago that was getting eaten a big time because of concerns about health and all that good stuff.

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