The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, July 15

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July 15 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman and Scarlet Fu report on today's ten most important stocks on "In The Loop. (Source: Bloomberg)

Continues.

We will continue to keep an eye on that and the markets.

Let's count down to the top 10. he only stocks you need to know today.

Julie hyman joins us.

Let's start with number 10 and apollo education.

The department of education will review financial aid programs.

The review will begin on august 4 and comes amid industry scrutiny.

Number nine is twitter.

Raised to neutral.

For a price target of $36 a share.

It sees limited downside because of user growth as well as strong fundamentals.

Number eight is novartis.

Teaming up with google to create smart contact lenses.

The lenses will have embedded electronics that will improve vision and monitor health.

Novartis expects to get prototypes by next year.

Number seven is wolverine.

The maker of hush puppies.

Posted a 54% jump, beating estimates.

It announced plans to close 140 stores in an attempt to boost its bottom line.

Hush puppies.

Number 5, valero.

A joint preliminary second quarter results.

Valero will announce quarterly results in two weeks.

Number five, the deal of the day -- reynolds american.

It is official.

The company has agreed to buy lorillard the maker of newport cigarettes for $27.4 billion.

It reduces the tobacco industry to two major competitors.

Number 4, 1 of the wall street banks, goldman sachs.

The company reported a jump in second-quarter profit driven by fixed income trading revenue falling less than what estimated -- was estimated.

The stock had been the worst performer in the dow so far this year.

Number three, michael kors.

It seems to be falling out of fashion.

It was the worst performer yesterday with shares falling 4%. kors is extending those losses in the premarket.

Number two is jpmorgan.

Posting second-quarter profit that beat analyst estimates sunday shares higher.

The results were driven by a smaller than estimated drop in fixed income revenue.

And johnson & johnson is our number one stock to watch.

The drug maker raised its earnings forecast for the second time this year thanks to the strength of his new hepatitis c drug.

Be sure to watch our special inside j&j covers all day long.

At 1:00 p.m. eastern, an exclusive interview with the chairman and ceo alex gorsky.

Now on to the call on the

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