The Top Ten Stocks for June 18

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June 18 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Trish Regan, Jonathan Ferro and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks including Adobe, BlackBerry and Amazon. (Source: Bloomberg)

Fedex benefiting from 2012. sluggish sales.

They will cut administrative costs and produce -- increase productivity.

My teenaged self recommended the beef ravioli.

The price rate is $92. the clothing retailer from a buy to hold.

They raised the price target to $51. they could help reduce costs.

General motors is little changed.

The ceo returning.

The last hearing failed failed to satisfy questions.

The stock is not much changed because there is not really anything new coming out at this point.

What does this mean for the future of the economy?

It might be coming from her future.

He said there were a lot of questions in terms of culture and whether or not someone has been there for three decades can really repair the cultural issues at stake for the company.

The maker of industrial gases having its best day since 2009. the management switches going to occur on july 1. quarterly subscriber growth grew again.

It grew faster than projected.

The stock rising to an all-time high.

Library up -- blackberry is up.

Currently they offer 130,000 apps.

Amazon trading up three percent.

The company announced its new smartphone is going to feature a 3-d display.

We are going to be talking to the owner of the everything

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