The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, June 23

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June 23 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman, and Scarlet Fu report on today's ten most important stocks on "In The Loop."

With the top 10, the only trade you need to know today.

Let's start with number 10 bnp paribas.

The bank close to a deal to plead guilty to pay up to $9 billion for allegations of violating sanctions.

An agreement is said to have been reached.

Number nine, starbucks.

It is attracting a lunch crowd.

Starbucks will start selling handmade sodas as well as revamping its sandwich offering.

Number eight, central garden and pet.

It is being targeted by harbinger group.

The frirm made a bid to buy cnentral.

Number seven is oracle.

The company is by micros systems, a provider of i.t. for retail industries for $5 billion.

It marks the biggest deal for oracle since 2010 when it acquired sun microsystems.

Number six, american apparel.

The board has rejected a plea to meet with the x ceo and has again refused to reinstate his position.

The executive has also lost his support of american apparel's biggest shareholders.

Number five, wisconsin energy.

They agreed to by an energy group for $5.7 billion to double its number of customers and increase revenue.

The deal is expected to close next summer.

And number four is abvie, bidding to buy shire.

It cited positive data from its experimental pipeline.

And two oncology programs and final stage testing on a multiple sclerosis drug.

Number three is lululemon.

They said they are focused on further strengthening the company's products engine and innovating to drive global expansion.

This is after you "wall street journal" reported that they hired goldman sachs to explore private equity sale.

Number two, coach.

The handbag maker downgraded to

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