The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, July 11

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July 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Carol Massar, Dominic Chu and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks including Smith & Wesson, Pfizer and Microsoft. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

They're expanding the functions of the recently acquired instagram business, allowing users to add photos and videos to their websites.

Facebook is betting this feature will expand its reach on mobile devices.

Number nine, the clothing and apparel chain that owns victoria's secret and bath and body works.

I never get tired of seeing those pictures.

The international mining company releases its june quarter operations numbers today.

Rio tinto.

Viacom, the entertainment giant.

Shares are getting an upgrade from bernstein, who had the only sell rating on the stock.

Number six, smith & wesson.

The gun maker is planning to buy back $75 million of shares.

Investors pushed their shares up 25% since january.

Number five is amazon.

Shares set to open higher today, getting a boost from that ruling that apple violated u.s. antitrust laws by colluding to increase it book prices alongside publishers.

The ruling is expected to help amazon's sales.

Number four, pfizer.

Investing $30 million into irish manufacturing sites.

Expected to focus on their new cancer medicine.

The stock up 13%. advanced micro devices, getting a big boost in the premarket after an upgrade and bank of america saying the company is likely to benefit from its transition to xbox consoles.

Number two, progressive.

The fourth-largest u.s. auto insurer reported profits that almost doubled from a year earlier.

Number one, microsoft.

The tech giant is reorganizing into a few units and promoting several executives.

That is our number one on this thursday.

Joining us from chicago at the cme, president of trading advantage.

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