The Top Ten Stocks for Monday, Oct. 14

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Oct. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks including Yelp, American Express and Wal-Mart. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Open lower for the first time in quadrants -- four days.

Everyone is watching for signs of progress in the stalemate.

No significant economic reports or earnings out today.

It is all eyes on washington.

We're back "on the markets" in 30 minutes.

Let's count down to the open with the top-10 trades you need to know about.

Let's start with number 10, expedia.

Shares selling off in the premarket.

Deutsche bank brown dated -- downgraded it.

There is the possibility of expedia having to cut guidance.

The ceo is on "bloomberg west" tonight at 6:00 eastern.

Number nine, goldman sachs downgrading shares to neutral citing concerns other insurers could deny coverage for the cervical devices following a policy change.

The medical technology company has acquired the california-based company.

Nanostem makes a tiny pacemaker implanted entirely inside the heart that just got e.u. approval.

Steel dynamics will report earnings on wednesday.

Estimates are 440 four cents a share up from $.15 a year ago.

Estimates have fallen from $.27 a share.

Jpmorgan raising the price target for the online site to $75. they expect solid third-quarter results at or above the high end of guidance.

The firm cap the overweight rating on yelp.

Potash cut the forecast acknowledging markets are in tough shape.

The announcement comes more than two weeks after competitors cut their forecast for the quarter.

Remember this ipo?

Potbelly shares were following in the premarket on a negative mentioned in "barrons" over the weekend.

Currently trading at 114 times trailing earnings.

Shares of the semiconductor maker getting a boost in early trading after it was upgraded to outperform.

Analysts expected to be third- quarter earnings estimates thanks to revenue from playstation and xbox the online travel site announcing a partnership with american express is expected to add more credibility to reviews.

Members will be able to link their card to their trip advisor profile.

Number one is walmart.

The world's largest retailer kicking off the investor meeting, the 20th annual for the company.

Tomorrow it will provide a webcast for investors including a question and answer session.

Watch that for any news.

Joining us is todd horowitz, the founder and author of average joeoptions.com.

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