The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, May 6

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May 6 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Alix Steel, Scarlet Fu and Betty Liu report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Supply disruptions will not overcome demand as demand picks up.

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Alix steel joins in as well.

Credit suisse is close to resolving a u.s. tax evasion probe with a deal that might improve the penalty of more than $1 billion.

A revolution into the investigation might include -- include a guilty plea according to a person familiar with the matter.

Number nine is the drugmaker being targeted for forecast long-term sales growth that can succeed as a stand-alone company.

It will have more than $45 billion in annual revenue by 2023. class the drugmaker agreed to sell consumer unit for $14.2 billion.

The deal is expected to close in the second half of the year and is the second-largest in a month of reshuffling in the pharmaceutical industry.

Class number seven is ge.

The $17 billion postal is not good enough for into the french president seeking more job guarantees.

Another job offer is being considered according to a proposal.

Number six is barclays.

It reported a bigger than estimated drop in first-quarter profit.

Commodities cut earnings by 49%. shares cell, making it the worse u.k. bank stock this year.

Class number five is ups -- ubs.

It reaches capital targets this year and posted first-quarter profit that beat wall street estimates.

Class number four, cnet health, the health care software maker that slumped after the activist investor said shares could decline by as much as 80%. the stock is simply at the wrong price and caught up in a bubble.

Office depot raising its full-year profit forecast.

150 closing this year alone.

Office depot reported better than estimated quarterly results.

Oil, the company has emerged to create one of the biggest operators in texas.

It is expected to be listed on the stock exchange.

Class number one is aig.

First-quarter profit fell 27 cents.

The ceo will be joining me on my radio program today at 12 noon eastern time on bloomberg radio and sirius xm channel 119 and

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