The Top Ten Stocks for May 5

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May 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Trish Regan, Matt Miller and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks including B/E Aerospace, Siemens and Target. (Source: Bloomberg)

Number 10 -- the companies sold the most in three years.

Responsible for widening losses as an outbreak of bird flu affected shyness fails.


The company was recently rejected by astrazeneca and a proposed $106 billion takeover.

We will have more on pfizer later in the wrapup.


And number eight, the manufacture of nonwoven decking products -- nonwood decking products reported that revenue missed analyst estimates.

Ok, moving on to number seven.

Jpmorgan down almost two percent . assets dropping of the most in almost a month after warning a deepening trade slump may last into the second quarter.

This as they face lower client activity levels.

Number six, lot -- linkedin, up a miss two percent.

Barclays will be giving up 60,000 square feet for the online version old networking site.

Number five, amazon.

Amazon and twitter have teamed up for microblogging services, allowing users to shop directly using tweets.

They can add the item just by replying to the hashtag # amazoncart.

That is cool.

Can i give a note here?

Would like to give the definition of what the company is.

Twitter is a microblogging site.

That is drilled into our heads.

But if you do not know what twitter is, you sure as hell do not know what microblogging is.

I find that more confusing than twitter.

I find it more confusing than twitter as well.

If you do not know what it is, i don't know how to describe it to you.

[laughter] number four is as a pa, falling nearly four percent.

They announced their long-term tech had is stepping down.

They are continuing their organization, setting up for the next generation leadership team.

Number three, the aerospace.

The maker of commercial and business jets up the most since 2011. they have hired financial and legal experts to study options which include a possible sale.

Number two, siemens -- an order to provide 100 40 when turbines for a wind farm in ontario.

The company is also selling is logistics -- all right, coming up on our number one stock of the day.

You guessed it.

Our big story, target.

Target falling more than three percent.

Ceo gregg steinhafel is stepping down.

This after the retailers struggled to recover from slumping sales after last holiday's season hacker attack.

The cfo, john mulligan is going to step in.

There is the closing bell.

There we are, up 20 points on

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