The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, April 29, 2014

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April 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Alix Steel, Olivia Sterns and Scarlet Fu report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Will be back on the markets in 30 minutes.

Thank you so much, scarlet fu.

The only top 10 trading you need to know about today, olivia sterns joins in.

Exxon, the oil giant landing to start drilling in august.

Their partnership has come under greater scrutiny after the u.s. laid sanctions on its ceo.

Number nine, goodyear tired, reporting ernest -- earnings below analyst estimates in north america.

Results were in-line with expectations and they reaffirmed their targets for 2016. siemens and general electric, it could become the biggest tug-of-war for a french national company.

They are attempting to counter general electric with access to information according to people familiar with the matter.

Number seven is the largest foreign processor, posting lower than estimated first-quarter earnings because of harsh winter weather negatively impacting their operations.

They also contributed their week results to a low-margin environment.

Number six is deutsche bank, with profits that fell less than analysts had estimated.

Trading revenue exceeded estimates.

Number five is merck, the drugmaker reported first-quarter profits at $.88 per share, beating estimates by nine cents.

Merck also reiterated its forecast for the year.

Number four, go-go, shares plunging after at&t announced plans to bring access to challenge the wi-fi provider, offering service in late 23rd -- 2014. they control the largest share of the in-flight internet, as long as they don't allow phone calls.

That would be a nightmare.

Company sales rose here in the fourth quarter more than expected despite wireless plans for t-mobile and at&t. sprint which also raised its forecast for the year boosted its loss in the sixth quarter.

Number to his coach, posting a 21% decline in north american same-store sales.

Their sales decline was deeper than the rise that analysts were forecasting in the 14% drop in the holiday quarter.

Your number one stock to watch this morning is nokia, jumping the most in six months since they said they planned to spend $7 billion on dividends, share buybacks, and debt reductions.

They also named their network unit head as the ceo, focusing the country on -- company on

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