The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, July 21

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July 21 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Alix Steel, Michael McKee and Olivia Sterns report on today's ten most important stocks on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

With the top 10 stocks you need to know about today.

Number 10 is suntrust bank.

It reported second-quarter earnings and revenue that beat analyst estimates.

The atlanta-based company said profit increased daily six percent as is loan portfolio grew.

Number nine is oracle which is falling in the premarket.

It is among u.s. tech companies caught in the middle of rising tensions between the u.s. and russia.

Russia is preparing new regulation to reduce its reliance on foreign technology after the u.s. imposed sanctions this last week.

Number eight is in go pro.

They have now been rated as overweight.

They have surged 45% since they went public last month.

Number seven is mike donald and yum.

There were allegations that they sold chicken and beef that had not expired.

Nothing worse than a food scandal.

Number six is a lawsuit with reynolds american ordered by a florida jury to pay $22 million to the window for her husband's death from lung cancer.

Reynolds is expected to appeal the decision and the verdict is likely to be cut to a much lower payout.

Number five, elliott management has taken a $1 billion stake in an investment that would make the hedge fund the fifth largest shareholder and will push the company to spin off the vmware.


Number four is halliburton and plans for continued development of fracking.

It expects third-quarter profit margins to be near 20%. number three is phillips which saw 23% drop in net profit during the second quarter.

It also said his budgeting for improved earnings at its health care equipment unit at the end of the year.

Number two is hasbro.

The company sales continued to grow in the second quarter.

It's raven is still felt chilled debt fell short of analyst estimates.

I love monopoly.

I am terrible at it.

I lose every time.

Number one is allergan, the maker of botox is cutting 1500 jobs or 13% of its workforce as part of a restructuring as it fights a hostile takeover bid by valiant pharmaceutical.

It reported second-quarter earnings that topped analyst estimates.

There you hear the opening bell.

We're are nearing the opening bell.

John iie says it is time to go long on volatility.

Olivia and mike are staying with me as well.

You want to buy the dollar, but where is it?

You could not get worse headlines in the news now.

I think the headlines have been very bad, with gaz and what is going on in that ukraine.

One of the things to remember is that, unless that leads to a sustained supply shock for energy or it puts a big crimp in global trade, it should be sort of business as usual.

At what point do energy prices get too high?

Well, i think another --

This text has been automatically generated. It may not be 100% accurate.


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