The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, July 1

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July 1 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Goldman sachs.

They are downgraded to market perform from outperform at sanford bernstein.

They cut its price target to $180. they are hobbled in its largest line of business, sales, and trading.

Allergen.

They won fda approval for its treatment of vision loss in diabetics.

The fda rejected its inhalable treatment for migraines.

Pinnacle foods.

They have scrapped plans to sell to he'll sure brands.

-- twoo hillshire brands.

And number seven is yahoo!. they are adding another comedy to its lineup.

Community will air on yahoo!

This fall.

It features a group of students at a community college.

I like that show.

Number six, green mountain.

Forming a partnership for creamer.

Nestle is going to make capsules compatible with the machine.

Blackstone.

They're relying on three traders for its first hedge fund.

They are the largest investor in hedge funds, but this would be the first they manage directly.

Gopro.

They posted a third straight day of gains.

Investors are optimistic that revenues tied to shared videos will share -- feel profit growth.

-- will fuel profit growth.

Urban outfitters.

They cut their price target from 37 -- 237 from $46. american apparel are.

Charney upped his stake in the company, fueling his fight with the board.

He got a loan to buy 27%, increased his stake from 27% to 43%. number one, gm.

They are topping the record for the number of safety fixes in an automaker.

It comes hours after ken feinberg outlined his plan to compensate victims for prior ignition recalls.

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