The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, April 10

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April 10 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Olivia Sterns, and Scarlet Fu report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

And is due out at 2:00 p.m., which is expected to show that the u.s. has once again paired its -- again pared its debt.

Olivia joins me and scarlet fu.

Tesla.

They will start selling their luxury sedan in china this month.

They are heading to the -- the ceo is heading over to deliver the first car in what could be tesla's biggest market.

Preliminary first-quarter results that were below previous estimates.

They blame a weak side -- cycle . number eight is marke -- mer ck.

The drugmaker's hepatitis c pill position it to provide a blockbuster treatment.

They are racing to put a hefty treatment with few side effects on store shelves.

Costco reporting march same-store sales that beat wall street estimates.

Company sales rose 5% from a year ago, the strongest growth coming from the u.s. number six is walmart, the world's largest retailer making a push into organic, saying it will carry wild oats organic food starting this month.

They were quick to announce that wild oats will save 20 five percent when compared to national brand organic products -- save 25% when compared to national brand organic products.

Number five is bed bath and beyond -- bed bath & beyond.

General motors, the company fighting a request for a park it order fo rthe -- for the more than 2.5 million vehicles due for a recall.

And family dollar is hosting -- posted -- and family dollar posted gains of -- they may slow new store expansion.

Number two is right -- is rite aid.

They forecast that sales this year could top the consensus.

They said they would acquire retail clinic.

No financial terms were disclosed.

Number one is allied bank -- is ally bank, which priced its ipo at any five dollars per share after the bell last night.

Shares will be trading today -- its ipo at $25 per share after the bell last night.

Shares will be trading today.

I want to bring in the chief executive of a fund that manages over $25 million.

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