The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, July 7

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July 7 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Matt Miller and Michael McKee report on today's ten most important stocks on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Four-day weekend.

S&p futures and dow futures down.

Nasdaq down about .2%. it will be interesting to see where we open.

We are at record highs as far as equities are concerned.

We are "on the markets" again in 30 minutes.

Let's count down to the top 10 stories you need to know about today.

Mike mckee joins in.

Let's start with number 10. satellite radio company fired one of its most prominent talkshow hosts last week.

Sirius cited his racially charged and hate filled remarks on twitter as the reason for terminating the shock jock.

Number nine is apache.

The oil and gas producers seeking a buyer for its stake in chevron's natural gas project in australia according to people familiar with the matter.

Apache has announced $9.8 billion of asset sales in the past year.

Excuse me.

I was playing candy crushed.

King digital entertainment raised to overweight from neutral.

A new 12 month price target, $28 a share.

Number 78 is expedia.

They have a greeted -- agreed to by an australian online travel group.

Expedia says it expects the deal to help expand the customer base in the asia-pacific region.

Number six is petsmart.

The retailer is reviewing changes to the capital structure aiming to.

Return more money to shareholders petsmart has been under pressure from partners to pursue strategic initiatives.

Number five is corinthian, the for profit college.

It is the subject of the department of education's toughest ever reginald -- regulatory action.

Access to student aid put on hold putting the for profit on the path to failing.

Number four is tesla motors.

Over the weekend, a model s exploded in flames, split in half after a high-speed chase and collision in los angeles.

The company is working with l.a. police and fire officials investigating the incident saying it wants to study the remains of the stolen vehicle.

Number three is go pro.

Shares in the company were among the most traded in the u.s., having doubled after an ipo less than two weeks ago.

High levels of interest pushed stock up 16% last week, extending its gains since going public to 73%. a lot of money left on the table.

Number two, gt advanced technologies falling premarket after receiving notable downgrades from analysts -- receiving multiple downgrades from analysts.

It is a major partner for the apple glass production.

The company said it will buy wild flavors for $3 billion in cash.

Among the products is capris sun.

It marks adm's biggest

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