The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, April 24

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April 24 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu, and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

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Julie hyman joins in as well.

Number 10, caterpillar.

The mining and construction equipment maker reported first-quarter earnings and sales that beat estimates and boosted the full-year outlook on improved expectations for the building industry.

Number nine dino corpse.

They have been stripped of online publication license after the government confirmed 20 articles and for videos contain pornographic content.

-- sina corp.

Number eight, zimmer holdings.

Surging after artificial joints said they are buying biomet for $14.4 billion.

They deal it will position the combined company as a leader in the $5 billion market.

Number seven, southwest airlines.

Just reported first-quarter earnings that beat estimates.

As we just heard from the ceo, gary kelly, they continue to see strong demand over the next three months.

Shares are up on that news.

Number six, general motors.

First-quarter profit plunged but the results still managed to top estimates.

Higher prices on the new pickup truck largely made up for the cost of recalling 7 million vehicles.

Number five qualcomm.

Shares plunging after they've reported profit and revenue that may trail estimates.

Qualcomm siding weaker sales in china.

Number four, zynga.

Shares jumped more than five percent after the social gaming company posted first-quarter revenue that top wall street estimates.

Mobile monthly active users grew 11% from the previous quarter while daily active user base has increased 10%. number three, facebook.

The world's largest social networking site reported first-quarter profits and revenue that blew past estimates.

Mobile accounting for 59% of the advertising revenue, up from almost nothing at the time of the ipo.

Number two, ups.

The profit forecast for the year at the low end of the projection, citing harsh winter weather.

They also reported a 12% drop in first-quarter profit.

At number one, apple.

Reporting surging sales of iphones with nearly 44 million purchased in the fiscal second quarter after the handset became available through china mobile, the world's largest carrier.

They will increase share buyback, boost the dividend and split the stock 7-1. that stock is rallying.

Now we go to the call on the markets.

I want to bring you jerry paul,

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