The Top Ten Stocks for Thursday, September 19

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Sept. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks including Agilent, Rite Aid and JPMorgan. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Passing down to the open.

The only trade you need to know about today.

Scarlet fu stays with us.

Starting with number 10. oracle reported first- quarter earnings that topped estimates.

Issued a weaker than expected outlook for the remaining of the year.

Warning it still has to close big corporate deals to stay on track.

The stock is down.

Number nine, at gillette technologies.

They plan to split up into two public companies itself.

After the spinoff, they expect to have 3.9 billion in revenue for the current fiscal year.

Fax take two interactive.

The latest addition to the widely successful brand grand theft auto.

$800 million in a single day.

Number seven, groupon.

Stifel nicholas updated it with by to hold.

How about number six, biomarin pharmaceutical.

Shares surging on a report that roche is lining at 15 billion in debt financing for an acquisition.

Could pay up to $105 per share.

Number five, disney.

Morgan stanley downgraded the company for the first time in more than five years.

Putting the outlook from overweight to equal weight.

Morgan stanley said acquisitions are key to upside for disney.

Fax number four, tessler a motors.

They have seen market value top $20 billion this year.

Number three is apple.

Today is the one-year anniversary of the record high.

Also the even of the big product watches.

Fans have artie started lining up outside of stores and hoping of getting their hands on the latest smartphones.

Also checking out rite aid.

Reporting unexpected third- quarter profits.

Stronger margins.

Also raise the earnings forecast for the year, despite saying they expect lower benefit from newark generic drugs.

A cloud over jpmorgan at number one.

Paying $920 million in penalties.

Jpmorgan is not in the clear yet.

Still facing investigation by the cftc and department of justice and other states attorneys general.

Turning us from chicago, the managing director of the linde group.

Thank you for joining us.

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