The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, Aug. 7

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Aug. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman and Olivia Sterns report on today's ten most important stocks on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

30 minutes.

Let's count down to the opening with the top 10. these are the only stories you need to know today.

Julie hyman joins me, and our markets reporter, olivia sterns, as well.

Carnival corporation zones 11 -- carnival corporation owns 11 cruise lines.

The firm cited valuation improving trend in expectation for yield improvement.

Number nine is viacom, despite eating behind the biggest movie of the summer -- this -- despite being behind the biggest movie of the summer ma, talks office revenue dropped more than it had anticipated.

Number eight is when these -- is wendy's. they reaffirm the 2014 earnings and remains confident in its long-term outlook.

It also announced it is selling off canadian operations to franchisees.

Remount and staying in food and beverage.

Makers of home coffee machines and cake up pods -- and k cup pods -- revenue fell short.

Number six is the parent company of ann taylor, cutting their outlook for the second quarter.

Per limoneira revenue fell short of estimates and sales slumped.

They will report results before the bell on august 22. no surprise when you have so many choices now.

We are such an over-retailed country.

We keep talking about the hourglass retail where there is a lot of action in luxury and a lot of action in the dollar store.

Julie is our dollar store person.

Fedex's number five.

The delivery company stock was added to a focused list of citigroup.

It has shifted in fedex's favor.

Gambling -- las vegas sands saying the recent selloff creates a buying opportunity.

Down 22% so far since reaching a high.

Its lowest level since october of last year.

And windstream reporting a $.65 drop in second-quarter profit, missing analyst estimates.

Windstream said the progress they made in the first half of the year has positioned the company well for the rest of the year.

Number two, duke energy.

Second-quarter earnings surged 80%. it also said its international energy business ledger for performance -- led to performance in the quarter.

Bank of america close to reaching a record settlement with the justice department to end the mortgage bond investigation.

That penalty as much as $17 billion.

Far surpassing what j.p. morgan and citigroup had to pay, all

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