The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, April 17

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April 17 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman and Olivia Sterns report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Suggesting the labor market is continuing to cover.

Thank you, olivia.

Let's count down to the top 10. these are the only traits you need to know.

Olivia sale of me, julie hyman joins in.

Number 10 is ge.

The company posting first-quarter earnings that beat estimates topped by its industrial businesses.

The ceo says he wants industrial units eventually to account for 70% of ge's earnings, up from they did three percent last year.

Number nine is apple.

The tech giant is planning to unveil is song discovery feature in the updated i was a software that will allow a user to identify a song ended artist according to people with knowledge of the matter.

Apple is the worlds largest music seller through the itunes store.

Number eight is mattel, the maker of barbie doll and fisher-price, unexcited first-quarter loss, workforce cuts.

Mattel had a lack luster holiday season, sinking more than six 6%. number seven is goldman sachs.

The wall street firm with the highest to report equity reported a decline in first-quarter results, but it still topped estimates.

Goldman sachs investment banking revenue jumped to the highest level since the financial crisis.

Number five six this and this.

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They both of their growth margin fighting and improve product limit.

Number five is google.

The internet search provider fell search of -- short of estimates.

Expenses were up 23% in the period.

Sales were 19% and mobile ad rates are falling.

Number four is pepsico.

The food and beverage giants said first-quarter rough it rose due to stronger snack sales in north america.

As the cfo told me earlier, pepsico is seeing strengthen its he regular soft drink brand and expects to benefit from its noncarbonated products.

Number three, ibm dropping more than 4% after the computer services provider posted first-quarter revenue that was below analysts' estimates.

Sales continue to decline in hardware and developing countries.

Number two, more earnings, morgan stanley.

First-quarter profits beat analysts' estimates.

They posted the only increase in trading revenue amongst the six biggest u.s. banks so far this year.

And number one, cash flow, we are watching tesla, hitting a ban in new jersey.

We spoke with elon musk's right-hand man, his head of business development, as part of a special report.

Had to today caught up on all of the interviews this morning on tesla.

Now to the call on markets.

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