The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, June 12

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June 12 (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."

With the only trade you need to talk about.

Scarlet fu stays at the.

Julie hyman joins as well.

Number 10, sony.

Electronic company said their sales jumped the most since 2012, driven by stronger global demand with the winter olympics and before the world cup soccer tournament in brazil.

Number nine, blackstone group, forming a venture with ddr to buy 76 properties.

They are also buying the red lobster chain from darden restaurants.

Number eight, facebook, adding new features that allow members to see why they get certain advertisements at their newsfeeds and change them or remove information from the file.

Number seven, it and tell.

They lost their -- intel.

They lost their fight against an antitrust fine.

The eu central court rejected attempts to overturn the penalty for taking at the competitive measures against rival advanced micro devices.

Number six, noble energy and consol energy, announcing they will form a partnership for natural gas pipeline operations in the marcella share.

-- l. -- marcella shall.

Number five, scotts miracle-gro company which said whether her result for the second -- whether hurt results for the second quarter.

Number four is aig, joining oak hill capital management to start a lender survey median size companies.

Aig said in a joint statement that they have committed $1.5 billion toward the venture.

Number three, twitter.

The chief operating officer of the microblogging site, ali rowghani, is resigning, the biggest departure since the company went public.

The position will be unfilled and he will continue as a strategic advisor to the ceo.

Number two, restoration hardware with tremendous growth tripling in the third quarter, -- first quarter.

They are surging on the news hitting the highest level since the ipo in november, 2012. number one, guys, lululemon, cutting the first -- full-year forecast even as first-quarter earnings beat estimates.

The founder and biggest shareholder lashed out at the board for being too focused on short-term growth stock is getting hit so far.

Now to the call of the markets, jeff presented, chief investment strategist at third core bank.

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

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