The Top Ten Stocks for Wednesday, April 16

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April 16 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Trish Regan, Michael McKee and Olivia Sterns report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Will be on the markets again and 30. qwest thank you.

That's countdown the top 10. these are the only trades you need to know about today.

Mike mckee is joining as well.

Let's start with number 10. the railroad posted a 14 % in first-quarter profits.

Ps x said it -- csx said it increased expenses by bus expense -- six cents per share.

Class that provide -- the provider of air distribution and ventilation products.

The business -- johnson controls will buy the business for $1.6 billion.

Intel is number eight.

The chipmaker reported higher than first quarter -- the estimates issued a promising forecast for the current time, saying the market is stabilizing.

At the same time, intel said its business saw a six percent drop in sales.

Class the nation's biggest regional lender posted a fourth-quarter profit as revenues declined.

Reporting a decline in the first quarter mortgage revenue.

Number six is avid labs.

The health care product posting a 41% drop in first-quarter profits.

Adjusted earnings came in above analyst estimates.

Sales comprise more than 70% of total -- total sales and fell two percent.

Qwest king digital entertainment, the game maker bringing its popular candy crushed app to china through an exclusive partnership with chinese tech giant holdings.

It will release through its popular program.

Qwest the nation's second-biggest act.

$6 billion.

Bank of america adjusted earnings higher than analyst estimates.

Number three is credit suisse, the second big swiss bank earning a 34% decline in profits missing analyst estimates.

Credit suisse at a 21% decline.

Bond activities contribute to a 30% decline during the time.

And soda stream.

Shares surging after it was reported the maker of household did -- household soda machines, 16% holdings to a large soft drinks reduce her.

The israeli newspaper said it could be sold at $50 a share, which is valued at 1.1 billion dollars.

Class coming up on our number one stock of the day, coming up on our number one stock, yahoo!. alibaba's 66% shares jumped as

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