The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, October 15

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Oct. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks including Teradata Corp., Molycorp Inc. and Citigroup. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

Manufacturing numbers disappointed investors because it came in below analyst estimates.

The earnings season began this morning but yet the focus remains on whether the latest round of budget talks in washington will yield any results.

Thank you.

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

Let's start with number 10 -- charles schwab -- it reported earnings that beat wall street estimates for the third quarter.

It's revenue rose 15% to the highest level in 13 years.

Number nine is tara data which sold off in the premarket after the company was downgraded to neutral from abide.

The 12 month price.

-- target is now $70 per share.

Domino's pizza is number eight.

It earned about $.51 per share and sales at domestic stores were up by more than 4.5%. number seven is tesla whose shares were upgraded to outperform from neutral.

There was a survey that said a healthy number of mainstream car buyers are willing to pay a premium for an electric vehicle.

The price target for tesla is at $240 per share.

Number six is fedex.

It approved the repurchase of 32 million shares which is about 10% of outstanding stock.

The buyback program already took 2.8 million shares out of the market in the first quarter.

Effendi bondholders want to force the company into in voluntary bankruptcy.

Suntech was already involved in this in china.

Moolly corp was down significantly.

It plans to sell $200 million of common stock in that announcement came after it said it expects to generate a negative cash flow in the third quarter and its cushion has dwindled to insufficient levels.

Number three is johnson and johnson who reported better than expected third-quarter profits on strong growth for prescription drugs.

It also raised its full-year forecast for him coca cola is next, reporting third-quarter earnings in line with analyst estimates per the company said its profit rose as sales volume advanced in north america.

Citigroup, the third-largest u.s. bank, missed third-quarter estimates and that 26% slump in bond trading -- the ceo cut jobs and closed branch is an attempt to counter the weaker revenue.

Cost control has been key.

Joining us from chicago at the cme, is brian raffle.

-- brian battle.

It will be an interesting

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