The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, April 28

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April 28 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Trish Regan, Olivia Sterns and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Gains.

We will be on the markets again in 30 minutes.

Let's count down to the opening bell.

These are the only trade to need to know about today.

Julie hyman is joining us.

I will start off with number 10, facebook.

They recently reached out to the maker of the monster shooter game.

Number nine is pure reacts pharmaceuticals -- fury x pharmaceuticals.

Number eight is sohu.com.

They were asked to remove "the big bang theory" from their website.

It was deemed offensive.

The next is apple.

Apple is planning to offer notes to help fund a $30 billion increase to a stock buyback plan.

The deal we have been talking about all morning, pfizer is proposing to buy astrazeneca in january for about $99 billion.

That would rank as the biggest takeover ever in the u.k. pfizer continues to be interested in a deal.

It is considering options.

Comcast agreed to divest 4 million customers to charter communications.

It is reducing market share combined to less than 3%. corning whose specialty glass serves samsung and apple.

Course sales of its technologies were up 58%. the colorado-based mining company and it talks -- and it talks that would have combined the world's largest gold producers.

They have tried to merge in the past.

Ge may be moving closer to acquiring alstom.

The french government does not oppose the bid, but they did encourage the company to seek a rival bid from siemens.

Number one stock of the day is bank of america.

The lender is suspending its planned buybacks.

Bank of america said it will

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