The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, May 22

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May 22 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu, and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

We will be back on the markets in 30 minutes.

Thank you so much.

She markets correspondent.

Let's count down to the open.

These are the only trades you need to know about.

Alix steel joins in as well.

Let's start with number 10 and carnival.

Someone screw ships are going green.

Carnival will send $400 million on exhaust cleaning system.

Discover technology will help carnival meet the new air pollution standards for u.s. coastal waters.

Number nine, china's largest sales company.

It priced 93.7 million shares at $19 a piece.

That is above the expected range of 18 to $18. number eight is the oil exploration and production company buying 106,000 acres in share reserve.

It says it will pay about 630 $9 million in cash for the additional -- activision blizzard.

Offering to sell the nearly 41.5 million shares and video game companies still owned.

The author represents about half of stake in activision and is expected to close next week.

Number six, williams-sonoma.

Number five is dollar tree.

The discount retailer first quarter profit estimates, the customer traffic and biggest tickets.

Class number four, billionaire hedge fund manager -- kmart has been shedding assets and closing stores as it tries to turn is around.

Qwest we get to the top three.

Rentals america.

Shares falling in the premarket under new speculation rentals will make a bid for a smaller rival.

The deal would combine the second and third largest sellers of tobacco in the u.s.. number two, children's play.

The company is announcing first quarter warnings -- earnings that beat estimates.

It announced a partnership expanding into latin america and the caribbean over the next few years.

Number one, best buy.

The rub's largest consumer electronics retailer posting first quarter sales that trailed estimates.

Demand for mobile phones and other devices.

Revenue fell 3.3%, marking a straight quarterly drop.

The company's ceo has been trying to turn the company around with cost cuts, store closings, and adding space for vendors.

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