The Top Ten Stocks for July 28

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July 28 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Alix Steel, Julie Hyman and Cory Johnson report on today’s top ten stocks on “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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Number 10, reynolds american now down slightly paring earlier gains.

Rbc capital calling it a topic with the new price target of 72. helping to grab significant free cash flow and higher earnings in the long run.

Fax number nine, pfizer down about half a percent.

Stocks around -- downgraded to market perform from outperform.

New price target is $31. analyst citing limited growth.

This is something they can -- plaguing a lot of the big drug makers.

Out with earnings in the morning.

Number eight, a chinese internet portal up despite reporting second quarter loss of 45 million dollars.

Why?

The ceo says third-quarter revenue from the search engine could top $100 million.

So good to see you.

I can feel the love in the room.

Crexendo number seven is cisco in the red.

Cutting the company to perform from outperform.

-- number seven is cisco in the red.

Number six, juniper networks at.

Reiterating the $30 price target.

Positive fundamentals and things the stock has underperformed year to date.

Number five, tyson foods of three percent.

They have agreed to sell the poultry business from mexico and brazil for the largest u.s. meat producer shrinking foreign operations.

Prepared foods all the rage.

Earlier this month-bought tell shyer -- tyson bough hillshire brands.

Really hard for these guys to make any money, even if they are making money -- people are buying them.

It is all about the drought.

Dsw down three percent.

Downgraded to perform from neutral.

12 month highs target of 23 dollars per share.

The analyst citing challenges for the foreseeable future and the company will likely continue lowering the guidance.

Number three, blackberry.

They have no acquisition offers on the table according to the ceo john chen.

He sat down with our own emily chang earlier today and said he is focused on turning around the ailing business around independently without outside help because no one is stepping forward.

Shares of zillow--------------- moving up two percent.

Agreed to by8uy trulia.

Would make it the largest resale real estate business ever.

They also say they will strip $100 million in cost.

They also bought street easy earlier.

Getting all the companies there.

Number one stop for the day, family dollar.

After a push from carl icahn, dollar tree agreeing to buy family dollar store 8.5 billion dollars.

The move will create a discount chain with a billion in sales and more locations than any other retailer in the u.s. there you have it, the closing

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