The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, June 17

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June 17 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu, and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Minutes.

Let's count down to the top 10 with the only trades you need to know about.

Julie hyman joins in.

Number 10, sony.

The company's playstation 4 the microsoft's xbox one, extending a lead for a fifth month.

Microsoft started selling a lower priced version of its gaming device to match the 399 dollar price of the playstation 4. at&t will be the carrier for amazon's new smart phone, expected to be unveiled tomorrow.

This is according to "the wall street journal." at&t provides wireless service to the candle the reader.

Citigroup purchased new headquarters in hong kong, making it the largest ever office acquisition and the city.

The 21 floor office building will become citigroup's new city enter.

Solar city, the company whose chairman is elon musk, agrees to acquire a solar technology and manufacturing company.

Solar city plans to open a plant in new york.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Bp won its first energy contract from the pentagon since the lifting of government sanctions imposed after the deepwater horizon disaster.

The $43 million natural gas deal was the first contract in almost 18 months.

Siemens, joining with mitsubishi heavy industries for alstom's energy.

Trumping an offer from ge.

Siemens said the joint bid values alstom's energy assets at 14.2 billion euros.

A little higher for siemens.

Four, nuance communications, the maker of speech recognition software rose the most in five years after reports it is considering a sale.

Taz talk to pr -- nuance has talked to potential buyers including samsung.

Shire hired citibank as an advisor, expecting to receive takeover offers.

Shire conducts most of its business in u.s. but is based in ireland for tax purposes.

The company's proposed merger with sabine oil and gas is still on track, despite news yesterday that a loan fell through.

Forest oil's shares surging, recovering from the 18% drop yesterday.

General motors has added 3 million vehicles to its recall list, bringing the total to up to $20 20 million recalls.

Gm in may had its best month of auto sales since august 2008. the call, i want to bring in the managing director and principal,

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