The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, June 19

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June 19 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman, and Jonathan Ferro report on today's ten most important stocks on "In The Loop."

With the top 10 trays.

Jon ferro joins us as well.

L'oreal agreed to by nyx cosmetics for an undisclosed price.

The ceo told us yesterday the company is on course to spend more than $5 billion on acquisitions in the first half of the year.

Number nine is kkr making a $3 billion lace meant for private data.

Kkr set $2 billion came from investors.

Number eight is the wireless carrier.

The announcement comes on the heels of the new hardware ship between amazon and at&t. number seven is the construction contractor for the energy industry and will on go -- undergo a strategic examination of its business.

Kbr revenue has declined for 19 straight quarters.

At number six is facebook returning to service after disruption that blocked access to the site for half an hour.

It has been working on hardware and software changes to reduce service interruptions.

At number five is pier one imports.

The fiscal first quarter sales rose that it slashed its earnings outlook for the year.

They have continued margin pressure.

Number four is general motors.

-- general electric -- the company will update his bid for alstom today.

Jeff immelt will present modifications to the $17 billion plans today.

Right age is number three which dropped 55% due to higher drug costs and reimbursement rate reductions.

It reported better-than-expected revenue for the quarter and maintained its profit forecast in 2015. number two is american apparel, it ousted its founder and ceo following an investigation into alleged misconduct.

The cfo is a former executive with old navy and will serve as interim ceo.

Number one is blackberry -- sayer -- shares are surging after they reported a narrower loss than analysts estimated.

Like mary reported $.11 -- blackberry reported $.11 per share loss better than the average 25% loss predicted by analysts.

Let me bring in the portfolio manager and he has a

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