The Top Ten Stocks for Wednesday, July 16

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July 16 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman and Alix Steel report on today's ten most important stocks on "In The Loop. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Number 10, gopro.

Shares of the camera maker might reach $60 a share.

The company will likely be able to seize untapped opportunities to monetize its technology brand.

Go pro stock doubled after the ipo last month.

Mortgage insurer posting second-quarter earnings per share at missed estimates.

Following mgic's warning last week and could face a shortfall at the end of the year.

G gtec agreed to by the slot machine maker for $4.7 billion in cash and stock.

That goes back to an 8% premium.

St.

jude medical device maker second-quarter profit more than doubled, beating estimates.

Earlier this week, st.

Jude medical agreed to buy another acquisition.

Bad news, chocolate lovers, it is going to cost you more.

Hersh is raising prices for the first time in three years, setting -- citing an increase in the price of cocoa.

Time to stock up.

Five, black rock saying second-quarter profit was 11% as investors added money to it's fun.

Blackrock attracted $38 billion in investor money during the quarter.

Compared to $27 billion in the first three months.

Blackberry shares down following the news from apple and their unlikely partnership with ibm that targets mobile enterprise.

The deal could come away more market share from the struggling smartphone maker.

Textron, the aircraft maker beating estimates by $.5. a continue to benefit from the acquisition of beechcraft.

Bank of america, profit tumbled 42% last quarter, dragged down by $4 billion set aside to cover legal costs.

Brian monahan said the economy continues to strengthen.

Time warner.

Rupert murdoch's 21st century fox made a bid to buy the company that is going to spend about $80 billion to get it.

Time warner confirmed a rejected the proposal, shares are surging.

It closes at $85 a share news.

Now to the call, chairman and ceo of mgstaff.

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