The Top Ten Stocks for Oct. 9

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Oct. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Trish Regan, Adam Johnson and Julie Hyman report on today’s ten most important stocks including J.C. Penney, Costco and Yum Brands. (Source: Bloomberg)

Quarter earnings, with the smelting business returning to profitability, and the company also makes aerospace products.

And a sporting-goods makers says annual sales will rise by 2017, and that tops the previous forecast.

This ceo joins us in just a few minutes to tell us about that, so make sure you stick around for that.

Number eight, at&t, up about 2%, and the terms of an agreement have not yet been discussed, but people familiar with the matter say it could fetch $5 billion.

Number seven is family dollar, falling 1%, revenue rising in the fourth quarter, trailing the average estimate of two point $6 billion.

Family dollar also issuing first quarter diane's -- guidance.

Wal-mart up slightly as it say it will buy out its partner in a wholesale venture in india and that will end a six-year tie up.

A set of supermarkets in india.

Number five, we have got starbucks.

It is little changed.

They were encouraging lawmakers to come together to reserve political gridlock.

Starbucks is offering a free coffee to any customer in the u.s. who buys another person a beverage.

Aw.

coffee will fix everything.

Not he'll often.

Easier said than done, but nice idea.

And an announcement one day after jcpenney says its sales declines, the improvement will last until the end of the year.

Costco is up nearly two percent.

They had profit that is estimates, they are joining retailers, and the sales have trailed projections for the most recent quarter.

Number two, remember we were talking about this yesterday, the biggest decline in the s&p 500, yum!

Brands.

Yum!, they say same-store sales dropped, and also, its sales in the u.s. misting estimates -- missing estimates.

There you go, all right, you are coming up on our number one.

It is the u.s. dollar index, the dollar gaining the most in more than one week as president obama nominates janet yellen to head the federal reserve.

This appointment fueling bets that the central bank will maintain policies to spur economic growth.

However, as we were saying earlier in the newsroom, it is sort of counterintuitive, because she is perceived as a dove, and that would make you think there is more qe.

Printing of dollars.

If there is an interpretation, perhaps we have a continuation, dismissed as usual, and that is actually good news for the markets.

One thing you can say about what has happened in washington today.

Ok, coming up on the closing bell, economic veins on the dow

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