The Top Ten Stocks for Nov. 1

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Nov. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Adam Johnson, Julie Hyman and Matt Miller report on today’s ten most important stocks including Apple, GM and Ford. (Source: Bloomberg)

To know.

Jcpenney shares climbing.

8%. third-quarter revenue estimates at $2.3 billion.

Comp sales down at 6%. not btg, ipg.

The miner says sales were boosted i higher production in nevada.

First solar shares of 15% after the company boosted its profit forecast for the year.

Also reporting third-quarter net income doubled.

Sony dropping to its knees.

Dow 3%. the company posting a loss because of stalling demand for the bravia tv's. sony really having a tough time.

Moody's threatening two -- to slash sony's credit rating.

And proposed merger of office depot and officemax.

They will combined in a $1.2 billion deal.

Doubling in their trading debut.

The retailer is -- has $220 million in the offering.

Investors cannot contain themselves.

Did they not talk to people before this ipl?

Remember the good old days when they would do a road show over the course -- did they not talk to people before this ipo?

Maybe we are back to the good old days.

The ceo of the company used to be roommates when they were students at ut in austin.

Well done, julie hyman.

Aig had a messy third- quarter.

Property and casualty paid out more in claims than it took in.

It may miss some of the 2015 target.

Kerry is that they would discuss 2015 and not 2014 they take the long view.

At number three is chevron.

The oil giant reported profits that lagged for the second straight quarter.

Chevron said four-year costs and production will not meet -- apple downed a half percent as they put the ipad air on sale.

Apple faces its toughest holiday season yet.

A variety of competing tablets, all of them cheaper, hit the market.

Number one, general motors up . for down.

Both automakers posted october sales increases.

Sales of cars and light trucks rose 16% at gm and 14% at ford.

Ford sales fell 20%.

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