The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, July 14

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July 14 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman, and Scarlet Fu report on today's ten most important stocks on "In The Loop."

You need to know about today.

Let's start with number 10 and the blackstone.

You have $10 million to spare on the investment arm.

Blackstone is creating a fund that will invest in the company's buyouts and credit.

Number at nine is acom technology.

It agreed to acquire urf corp.

They will pay about $800 billion.

Number eight is crumb's cake shop following for -- by filing for bankruptcy.

It went public three years ago and listed as much as $50 million of assets and debts in a chapter 11 filing.

Number seven is trip advisor.

The rating was cut to neutral from a buy reiterating a price target of $103 per year.

-- per share.

It is unlikely to raise its full-year forecast.

Number six is riverbed technology after the company reported pulmonary second quarter results.

It says sales fell short of expectations mostly in north america due to longer sales cycles.

Number five is whiting petroleum who said it is buying kodiak oil and gas for 3.8 billion dollars.

The deal will launch whiting ahead of continental resources of the pre-mail oil soap wire -- oil supplier.

Ebay is working with sotheby' s to make collectibles available online.

They will have a redesigned website arian -- website.

I will be on that site right away.

More deal act civilian the drug industry, abbott labs is selling part of its generic drug business at a price tag of about 5.3 billion dollars in stock which creates a new publicly traded entity and will -- and they will get a 20% -- a 20% stake in the company.

Number two is abde, inching closer to buying shire.

Shareholders would own about 25% of abbvie and it would be the biggest pharmaceutical takeover outside the u.s. this year.

Number one is citigroup.

The bank's second-quarter profit came in at 96%. the bank beat estimates and scarlet will be diving deeper into those results in a moment.

First onto the call on the market.

You want to bring in kevin holt, the senior portfolio manager at invesco.

His call is that the one big area of value is in the financials.

Why?

Good morning, betty.

We still like the large universal banks.

Better than expected earnings, very low expectations, valuations on a normalized earnings basis are still below.

The company's ability to execute -- city is our largest holding.

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