The Top Ten Stocks for July 26

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July 26 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Adam Johnson, Olivia Sterns and Julie Hyman report on today’s ten most important stocks including CBS, J.C. Penney and KKR. (Source: Bloomberg)

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

We will get you caught up on the only stocks you need to know.

Time for the top 10. cbs up nearly 2% after the company authorized a new $6 billion buyback.

This puts cash back into the battles with time warner cable.

Time warner cable could take cbs off the air starting monday.

Stay tuned.

And everyone is hoping for a last-minute deal number nine, halliburton.

The the -- a last-minute deal.

#9, halliburton.

The stock is up, despite pleading guilty over destroying evidence in the oil leak in the gulf of mexico.

And that number eight, j.c. penney rising more than 2% after david einhorn said to investors that he closed his position on the retailer.

Zynga, plunging 14% after announcing a break in the online gaming market.

And issuing its lower guidance, it said it was a typo.

It led to questioning what in the world was happening.

Media shares are plunging -- expedia shares are plunging.

Increased competition from orbit, price line, and triggered by a third.

#5, activision soaring nearly 15%. ending five years of control by the french media.

The transaction leaves a -- an independent company how about that?

Of libya, you are at a college do the kind of an -- olivia, you are a call of duty kind of woman, aren't you?

And it is not just the activision part of the story, but that vivendi its breaking out, or reforming around the court.

These big conglomerates are now breaking out.

Correct a lot of european companies are looking to make cash in the market.

You've got that right.

Correct -- amazon has been pumping money into warehouses with digital content.

The ceo is betting these short- term investments will lead to -- well, if not higher profits, at these products in general.

How long will investors way around?

And number three, facebook is down about 1% after rallying 30% yesterday.

That pushed the zuckerberg ahead of microsoft ceo steve ballmer and michael dell on the bloomberg billionaires' index.

Cracked door to bank upgraded -- deutsche bank of credit test on the index.

Sales will more than doubled in more than three to four years.

[closing bell] and you can hear the closing bell in the background.

That brings us to number one, kkr.

Second quarter drop it -- profits dropped.

We told you the closing bell

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