The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, July 16

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July 16 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman and Michael McKee report on today's ten most important stocks including Rio Tinto, Yahoo and Goldman Sachs. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Need to know about today.

No.

10 is walmart, they may have the secret sauce to be the top player in the online grocery market which may increase by over 50%, $9 billion, walmart is testing an internet-based grocery service in san francisco and san jose.

I was just listening to pandora.

Spotify is pushing to expand in asia, spotify is aiming to tap into chinese users.

#8 is a rio tinto with new bids for their gold and copper mine in asia and that is sending shares soaring.

80% of the mine could be somebody filed this -- decision is expected this month.

Glaxo's smithkline vice president of operation public confessed to bribery allegations.

Investigators are shrugging off this news as the stock is outperforming -- outperforming european competitors.

The story is unfolding.

#6 is a ford and gm.

Goldman sachs is a different view on the two carmakers removing ford much conviction buy list and replacing it with gm.

Citigroup is cutting the automobile industry for a whole and for the first time in four years what at&t today.

It is taking a page from t mobile, offering thousand tablets on an installment plan with the option to upgrade the devices annually.

This makes the strategy that the mobile robot earlier all eyes are on merges the mire -- marissa meyer.

The earnings report is due out over the -- after the close today.

A management overhaul has not convinced advertisers to spend more money at yahoo!

Johnson and johnson is no.

3. the numbers doubled after selling its stake in elon.

And sticking with earnings, let's talk coca-cola.

Shares are down in the pre- market after the company reported its earnings and they missed revenue estimates by $220 million.

A 4% drop in sodas specifically was cited.

And you can imagine, number one is goldmansachs.

[opening bell] bank earnings doubled in the second quarter, beating estimates.

Net income at about $1.9 billion.

Joining me from chicago its scott bauer.

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