The Top Ten Stocks for July 24

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July 24 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Trish Regan, Adam Johnson and Julie Hyman report on today’s ten most important stocks including Facebook, Visa and Caterpillar (Source: Bloomberg)

If you missed everything that happened during today's session, don't worry.

We are getting you caught up on the only stocks you need to know about.

Number 10, facebook.

This is the revenues of $1.6 million.

We have instant analysis coming up on facebook.

Northrop grumman up nearly two percent.

The maker of global hawk surveillance drones are raising their profit forecasts.

They are making money in spite of those budget cuts.

They say that this will boost sales and profit during the second quarter.

This happened despite of the sequestration.

You love your planes.

The stock is down about one percent as the company prepares to release their third quarter results.

Customers are using smart phones and tablets increasingly to pay bills.

Hanes brands agreed to by a lingerie maker for $175 million.

The purchase should boost earnings per share in the first year.

Las vegas sands down nearly two percent.

This is coming out right after the bell.

Investors focusing on macau.

We will bring those results as soon as they cross . number five, boeing.

The stock is down almost 1%. they lowered the dreamliner production costs, they have fallen off of the earnings forecast for their full year.

The shares closed at a record.

They are at 40% for the year.

They are going into the earnings session.

The stock is a record $420 billion.

They will be looking to fill those orders.

Despite those headlines with the 787, the fact is that people are voting with their feet.

Let's watch another important stock share of the day.

It happens to be dell.

It is pretty much in flat line right now.

They are offering 13 i'll or $.75 a share.

There also asking to change the voting procedures.

This makes it easier for michael dell and silverlake to get there job done . they are sick and $14 a share.

The drama lives on.

Pepsico the mud down a fraction.

Even though they posted second- quarter profit that topped the estimates.

This helped to lift revenue for the food division.

Volume also rose.

Number two is forward.

They are raising their forecast after the second earnings topped estimates.

Their surging demand.

You hear the bell.

This brings us to our number one stock of the day.

This is the steepest loss in the dow.

The company is posting profit that trailed estimates for the third straight order.

This is commodity man from emerging markets.

He is shorting caterpillar.

Let's take a look at this market.

This is closing lower on the dow.

The s&p is down by about six points.

If you look at the one standout, it happens to be technology perhaps in part because of the strong apple sales.

This text has been automatically generated. It may not be 100% accurate.


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