The Top Ten Stocks for Wednesday, April 2

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April 2 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)


We are "on the markets" again in 30 minutes.

Let's count down to the open with the top 10. number 10, goldman sachs.

Looking to sell their new york stock exchange market-making unit to a dutch firm.

They are seeking up to $30 million for it according to people familiar with the matter.

Pg&e corp., charged with 12 pipeline safety violations.

A gas explosion destroyed more than 100 homes.

They were charged with knowingly breaking federal safety rules.

Out: -- alcoa being called overvalued.

They announced plans to spend millions to expand its mill.

A japanese maker of smartphone chips -- apple may pay as much as $42 million for the unit.


The firm is in talks to sell office properties in boston.

This is according to a person familiar with the matter.

They are reportedly holding discussions with buyers, including metlife.

Apollo education group.

They reported lower than estimated quarter revenue.

Enrollment fell 17% at its flagship university of phoenix.


The retailer is set to unveil a tv viewing device at an event in new york.

The device will put amazon and closer competition with apple tv and google and escalate the rivalry with netflix.

The biopharmaceutical company diabetes treatment winning the backing of an fda panel.

Mannkind has spent almost eight years looking for approval of the drug.

The stock doubling and almost one day.

Monsanto, second-quarter earnings top analyst estimates.

Nearly 80% of the quarterly growth came from its seeds and trade business.

Number one, gm.

Mary barra set to testify on the ignition recall.

She will be grilled on her second day of testimony.

The u.s. chamber of commerce, as

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