The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, June 3

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June 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Alix Steel, and Scarlet Fu report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Markets and i want to point out the small caps lead so we're watching that divergence also.

Thank you.

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

Let's start with limelight networks, the internet -- the content delivery company is a favorable supreme court ruling in an eight-year-old patent infringement case against their rival acamai and made their shares surge almost 10%. number nine is hsbc dealing the sales of his direct investment.

Division until years and it is reportedly now looking for options besides selling the human -- the unit.

Number eight is skype works.

It boosted its earnings for the third quarter citing the growing opportunity within the internet of things.

Skype works -- sky works.

Number seven is ge which expects about $10 billion in orders from latin america this year.

The revenue is growing 10-15% annually in latin america.

It is raising demand for improved infrastructure.

Number six is barclays.

It will start cutting hundreds of jobs at its investment bank this week.

The laminations are part of a 7000 job plan cut to 2016. number five is dollar general reporting first-quarter earnings that missed analyst estimates by one penny.

They said the results were negatively impacted by unfavorable winter weather, increased competition, and weak consumer spending.

Number four is quicksilver, the seller of surfing and skateboarding apparel posted a second-quarter loss much wider than estimated.

Sales declined across its brands.

It said it expects general sales of trends of recent quarters to continue into the second half of the year.

Number three is at&t. it raised its full-year sales forecast saying strong wireless trends and expects revenue to rise about five percent this year.

The number two stock to watch is krispy kreme doughnuts.

Shares crumbled after the doughnut maker cut its earnings forecast for the year citing sluggish first-quarter sales and mounting costs.

It just named former papa john's coo tony thompson its new ceo last month.

He took the job this week.

The dumbest look pretty good.

They do look good.

Number one wilshire brands --jhillshire brands has received

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