The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, July 17

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

A little of that is passing over to the u.s. questec you.

Let's count down to the open with a top 10. these are the only trays you need to know about.

Julie hyman chosen as well.

Number 10, blackstone.

Profits jumped 89%, beating analyst estimates.

Blackstone said rising markets helped boost the value of holdings during the quarter and that it started collecting profits, its biggest buyout fund.

Number nine is autonation.

Higher costs weighed on the company's quarterly profits, which missed analyst estimates.

They did post a 12% jump in earnings, noting a strong spring selling season.

Shares are now falling in the free market.

Number eight, another earnings report from baker hughes.

This time, the company delivered better than estimated prophet helped by a pickup in drilling activity in north america.

It expected increased activity for the rest of the year.

You want to watch general motors at number seven, the largest u.s. automaker.

The ceo is set to testify in front of a senate subcommittee in just about 30 minutes.

This is the fourth time in as many tom -- in as many months she faces this for the slow recall of millions of cars with faulty ignition switches.

Number six, kansas -- the maker of those tiny thumb drives posted profit margins and sales forecasts that fell short of some analyst estimates.

Shares fell yesterday as much as 10% after hours on that news.

They were continuing to slices -- slide this morning on the market.

Ebay.

It forecast third-quarter sales that fell short of estimates.

In may, the company asked to change passwords because hackers had gained access to log in information.

Our favorite subject, in brands, taco bell posted second-quarter profit.

Net trails some analyst estimates.

Things to a pizza hut chain, facing deep discounting from rivals like dominoes.

Number three, mattel.

Bad news for barbie.

A total maker says -- the toymaker says sales of the iconic doll fell, following a 14% drop in the previous quarter.

It's other product line, fisher-price, posted a drop in sales.

The kids are all on electronic devices.

Number two is morgan stanley.

A wall street bank's quarterly earnings more than doubled, beating estimates, less than analysts had estimated.

Morgan stanley says the investment revenue jumped 33%, the biggest increase among its peers.

At number one, microsoft.

The company is eliminating 14% of its workforce in the next year.

The biggest in the company's history.

Microsoft says nokia towns for 12,500 of those 18,000 cuts.

About two thirds will come from

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