The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, July 9

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July 09 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Dominic Chu and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks including IBM, Kroger and Barnes & Noble. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Materials, the world's largest semiconductor equipment maker is expecting industry spending to pick up as demand for mobile devices drives.

The recent target for recent months is to hunt -- $2.50 a share for the end of the year.

Ibm is set to open in the red after getting downgraded to neutral from buy at goldman sachs.

Number eight, intuitive surgical.

Shares are punching in premarket trading -- plunging in premarket trading.

They were downgraded after seminary sales results missed -- preliminary sales results missed estimates and they are facing lawsuits.

Number seven, sirius xm boosting forecast for subscriber additions, predicting 1.5 million people will sign up for services, low sleep in cars.

-- mostly in cars.

Number six is pandora , having increased their active user base to 71.1 million users in june, 30% higher than the same time this year.

Earlier, they introduced harsher restrictions on free accounts in an effort to get more paying customers.

Number five, alcoa.

They beat estimates by one penny driven by orders for aerospace parts but the primary metals business reported a loss of $32 million.

Number four is tesla.

They are added to the nasdaq 100 index.

Tesla closed trading with a market cap of 14.5 billion dollars, 250% higher than the beginning of this year.

Number three is kroger, the largest u.s. grocery chain, expanding with a purchase of harris teeter.

The acquisition, which kroger is paying a 30% premium for, will help them expand in the u.s.. number two is blackberry.

They hold their shareholder meeting and executives will face investors who have seen a 20% loss in the stock since the beginning of the year.

Number one, a story we have been following all morning long, barnes & noble.

There moving closer to breaking up after ceo william lynch resigned.

Chairman leonard riggio said he planned to make an offer for the stores and website.

This text has been automatically generated. It may not be 100% accurate.

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