The Top Ten Stocks for July 24

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July 24 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Trish Regan, Olivia Sterns and Julie Hyman report on today’s top ten stocks on “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Second-quarter earnings beat estimates.

Full-year sales and earnings beat estimates.

Second-quarter sales dropped three quarters percent to $14 billion.

Number nine, second-quarter earnings beat estimates.

The company also announced it paid its first dividend since 1980. american say the buyback should be no later than 2014. may increase the annual forecast $45 million.

A lot.

Question rome is down four percent.

Profit missed analysts estimates.

Gm said it would pay -- the money to pay victims for lease 13 s. the payments may rise to $600 million and there is no cap on the program.

Question number six, a company posted second-quarter profits that beat estimates.

The company also beat in terms of revenues.

$84,000. number five, walmart is in the red today.

The retailer announcing the ceo.

He will leave his position as ceo of walmart china.

A plan that could leave him with as much as $2.9 million area you are the expert.

What else do we know?

I see is from new zealand.

He is 53 years old and was only the head of walmart asia, a position he just got a little while.

Before that, australia.

The irony, do you want to hear something ironic?

A big retailer down there, he was passed over to be ceo of australia.

Now bill simon got passed over and the whole company, -- number four is trip advisor.

Second-quarter profits missed estimates.

They received a downgrade.

Number three, soda stream.

The home soda machine maker taking it private.

Number two is at&t down about one percent today.

Second-quarter earnings missed estimates and this comes as more pay for installment plans as they reduced profits.

The company added more than one million subscribers.

Moving on to the number one stock of the day is facebook.

. nonetheless, solid gains.

You have stocks surging to a record today after second-quarter earnings beat estimates.

Mobile ads help to keep our revenue and profit.

Facebook shares, the past 12 months, up through yesterday.

There is the closing bell.

You can see barely ending the day area we will see how the

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