The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, Oct. 1

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Oct. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks including Tesla, Wal-Mart and Google. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Counting down to the open with the top 10. the only trade you need to know about today.

Scarlet fu is with us and julie hyman joins in.

Starting with number 10, tesla.

The markets may have closed in the red but not stopping the electric car maker with continuing the rally.

Number nine, walmart.

The world's biggest retailer just unveiled the largest ever warehouse dedicated to filling online orders.

Walmart opening new facilities center so it can improve shipping speed and product selection.

Number eight is diamond foods.

Above analyst estimates.

Rising on turnaround effort.

Shares of 70%. harry corporation run by richard perry they have cut the investment in j.c. penney by almost half.

The stock lost 27% of its value.

Down by about 55% so far this year.

Number six, zynga.

Settling a -- a lawsuit with game with friends.

Zynga alleged there was an infringement on the game.

Part of the settlement.

They have to acknowledge the trademark right and is not changing its name.

Restoration hardware.

The largest retailer is selling its entire 4 million share stake.

More than 10% of shares.

The company presented to wells fargo returned reject security later today.

Number four, earnings for walgreens.

Reporting and 86% increase in fourth-quarter profits after the customer loyalty card boosted sales.

Walgreen has been tracking purchases i've loyalty cardholders for merchandise at its stores.

Another consumer name.

Number three, buffalo wild wings.

Raymond james downgrading from outperform to strong five, citing poor demand and weak environment.

Shares of buffalo wild wings hitting a record high.

They were up 50% year to date.

Number two, merck.

The second biggest drug maker by sales announced it will fire 80 500 employees, approximately 20% of the work force.

They plan to revamp workforce and development after delayed fda approval of some of the medicines.

Rex google, the world's owner of the largest search engine will not be trust -- will not be sued.

Sources tell google news that it was fighting -- buying waze in a deal worth $1.1 billion.

Joining us from chicago is the owner of knight capital

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