The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, July 29

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July 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Olivia Sterns and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

10. these are the only stories you need to know today.

Let's start with number 10, and investors are taking profits in the fast casual restaurant change.

Shares are falling in the first two days of trade.

They made a debut on friday selling shares at $15 apiece.

I will have to actually try el pollo loco.

Number nine is when the stream holdings.

-- windstream holdings.

They can reduce debt to invest in broadband.

Sirius xm radio, they are reporting warnings in mind with analyst estimates while revenue came in better than analysts estimated.

Howard stern added more than 475 new subscribers in the quarter.

The only radio show i listen to is "in the loop" in the half.

Can we really be compared to the king of all radio?

I used to listen to howard all the time.

My husband is a stern fan.

Isn't trashy?

Everything eventually goes to s-e-x. i got derailed after you said that.

Surging in the free market, what are we looking at?

Second quarter earnings be analyst estimates.

Healthsouth is what we are talking about.

Ups, second-quarter profits well and mists -- fell and missed analyst estimates.

Remember last year, the winter weather and last-minute surge in online orders that caused many people to miss their christmas presents.

At number five, pfizer beating analyst estimates by only a penny.

Posting a 2% slump in revenue.

They failed in the attempt to buy astrazeneca.

Shares of viagra fell.

Bp reporting second-quarter profit rose 34% but warned of more sanctions against russia could hurt its business.

Bp has the single biggest foreign investment in that country.

Number three, herbalife shares are tumbling.

And they have a slower sales forecast for the year, pending a minor victory for bill ackman.

Number two, aetna.

They are posting better than estimated second-quarter earnings.

Last year's acquisition of coventry health care will add more earnings than previously forecast.

Number one is garden.

We have been watching these -- is darden.

We have been watching the stories about the ceo throwing in the towel.

He will be stepping down from his post at the end of the year.

Or once a successor is found, whichever comes first.

Shares are up on the news.

It is always -- it must be strange for the person when you step down, to see the stock go up.

Look what happened when steve ballmer step down.

That has to be a slap in the face.

I guess you try not to take it personally.

I want to bring in pat

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