The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, October 3

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Oct. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks including L-3 Communications, BP and Herbalife. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

The service industry.

Let's count down to the open with the top 10, the only traits you need to know about today.

Scarlet fu stays with us and julie hyman as well.

Number 10, jcpenney.

Through the magic -- could the magic of disney help the chain turnaround?

You see penny just announced the launch of a disney shop inside 565 stores.

It will offer specially designed disney toys, collectibles, and children's apparel.

Number nine, blackberry.

A bidding war could be brewing.

Cerberus capital management expressing interest, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Fairfax holdings already made a $4.7 billion offer last month but the financing is not yet a done deal.

Number eight, l3 communications.

Could be at risk from the government shutdown, but even more so from some other upcoming events.

A wells fargo analyst warned spending on contractors like all three could be heard by spending cuts from the sequester and the looming debt ceiling.

Tesla motors, the electric carmaker hit a few months in the road.

Footage emerged of one of the model s cars on fire, tesla said was caused by a collision with a metal object and he got a rare downgrade.

Number six, tripadvisor is going native.

Announcing a new mobile app for iphone and android that would give users access to real-time map functions at no extra cost.

, no's -- a domino shares cooling after a downgrade.

An investment firm cut the ratings.

They say the valuation, tough comparisons and expectations of a slowdown in growth.

Number for his goldman sachs.

Warren buffett is cashing in on the insurance he effectively gave them in the depths of the crisis.

Berkshire hathaway will get about 13 million shares in the bank.

It would make warren buffett goldman sachs the seventh largest shareholder.

B.p. convincing an appeals court to order a re-examination of key terms of the 2010 gulf of mexico oil spill settlement.

Bp claims the judges misinterpretation of some of the terms cost billions of dollars in improper payments.

Number two, pvh will sell almost all of its stake of two brands has owned since 1987 to g3, and it comes as it looks to shift the focus to more lifestyle brands.

Number one, guys, watch herbalife.

Bill ackman pared down his $1 billion bet against the nutritional supplement company.

Bill ackman says he restructured his bet, cutting more than 40% of the short position against the stock.

It has been one of the big shorts so far this year that we have been following.

Joining us now from chicago at the cme is michael, managing director of the chicago-based spectrum asset management.

Lack of economic data this week.

We are not going to get the jobs report tomorrow.

What are the markets going to move on?

I think, i need if there is any news out of washington that seems positive or shows conclusion to what has been discussed, that would be positive.

The market is starting to forecast that the shutdown will linger further, that should be bearish for equity markets and a little bit the same for bonds.

No news is good news for equities in regards to tomorrow's payroll number.

The promise still is that things are not any better, that would factor into a downside.

This weekend we do not have -- this week we do not have key economic ehrlich the jobs report, are people afraid to go along?

When you have 25% and 26% on the year and the s&p up at 18%.

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

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