The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, Aug. 28

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Aug. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Matt Miller report on today's ten most important stocks on "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Stories you need to know about today.

Number 10 is suntrust bank.

The companies expanding its investment banking business and plans to hire as many as 200 people, adding expertise in the energy and health care industries and it will boost the divisions headcount by 20% by 2016. number nine, level three is a good play on the broadband infrastructure industry.

It has a price target industry.

Number eight is vladimir putin's story -- avisa was cut.

And analyst cited loss of business in russia and consumer domestic shopping patterns.

Number seven is workaday, shares of the payroll services provider gained in the premarket and now it is lower.

The company reported a smaller than estimate of second-quarter loss and things are looking up for the company and third-quarter revenue and beat estimates and raised full-year revenue forecast.

Number sixes dollard general who said they are committed to acquiring dollar family stores.

Last week, family dollar rejected dollar general $9 billion offer in favor of a lower bid from dollar tree.

That's a lot of dollars.

They just want more money.

Number five is deutsche bank, it has been hit with a $7.8 million fine.

That sounds huge for deutsche bank.

Reddish authorities at europe's biggest investment bank failed to properly report millions of transactions.

10 other firms have also been fined with incredibly low numbers for such failures.

Do you shells -- and do you still shop atguess?

I am wearing the jeans right now.

They came out with a warning on the third quarter.

They posted a drop in second-quarter earnings.

Shares are falling on the news.

Apparently, i think acid washed jeans have come back to fashion which is a major fail from the 1980's. acid washed ripped jeans -- i see them all the time lately.

It's horrible.

Number three is cigna jewelers after reporting a 39% jump in second-quarter sales beating estimates.

It owns kay jewelers and jerod jewelers and says the results are abated by acquisitions -- were boosted by acquisitions.

Williams-sonoma is number two.

They missed analyst estimates.

The company which owns chains including pottery barn and reported earnings and revenue in line.

And at number one is abercrombie & fitch.

Shares are falling after the copies second-quarter sales missed analyst estimates.

The retailer has been trying to win back consumers but saw same-store sales drop 10%, almost twice the decline that was it is now day two of the s&p opening above 2000. it is a 1988. enclosed the 2000 yesterday.

Are stocks overheated?

Some say, yes.

This text has been automatically generated. It may not be 100% accurate.

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