The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, November 19

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Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks including Campbell Soup, Home Depot, and Best Buy. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Opening with the top 10. julie hyman joins in.

Starting with number 10, walmart.

Attention all shoppers.

Offering a 32 inch flat strip -- flatscreen tv for.

Discounting heavily and earlier than ever.

I've got number nine.


Shareholders are meeting to meet about selling to microsoft for $7.2 billion.

Number eight is exxon mobil.

Selling off the hong kong tower operations.

The majority stake is being sold for a combined total of $3.4 billion, helping the company raise funds.

Tesla motors.

It is marketed as the safest car in america.

It is now being investigated by u.s. auto regulators.

It comes after three fires in the five weeks.

They have been hit by all of the news.

Number six is dick's sporting-goods.

They beat analysts estimates.

They raised the lower end of the profit forecast for the full year.

Number five,

Disappointing forecast.

They integrate social and mobile features.

Jpmorgan is number four.

They reached a $13 billion settlement with the government.

Two people briefed on the matter said that jpmorgan would mark the largest amount paid by a financial firm in a deal with the u.s. campbell soup is number three.

Shares are cooling off.

The reported a 30% drop in first-quarter earnings.

They did client -- cited declining u.s. soup sales and cut the profit forecast for the year.

Number two, home depot.

Shares of building momentum.

They posted better than estimated third-quarter earnings.

Sales in u.s. stores strengthened amid the u.s. housing recovery.

The number one stock this morning is best buy.

The retailer said it expects stiff competition during the holiday season and faces an increasingly promotional environment.

No kidding.

Best buy reported a third- quarter profit that topped wall street estimates.

Investors focused on the dismal outlook for sales.

Joining us now from chicago is todd at the cme.

Is that can be one of the big points of the markets to trade off of?

Good morning.

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


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