The Top Ten Stocks for Wednesday, July 17

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July 17 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman and Adam Johnson report on today's ten most important stocks including American Express, Mattel and Bank of America. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

The second-largest u.s. car maker a zero -- offering free upgrades.

The ceo has made fuel economy a cornerstone since he took the helm seven years ago.

Talking about amex.

Shares taking a hit as morgan stanley likes regulation that could eat into profits.

Nearly 4% drop in earnings if the european commission caps debit and credit cards peak periodfee.


8, boeing.

Shares neutral.

The 787 dreamliner faces no threat of being grounded.

The fire still being investigated.


7 mcdonald's. being downgraded from neutral -- to neutral from buy.

The 12- month price target stays locked at $105 per share.

Not to mention the fact that the chicken ranch grampus 650 calories.

To go that is a lot.

-- that is a lot.

Mattell falling 7% after the report anearnings this short of the analyst estimates.

Shares would be hurting all morning.

The company announces a 500 million stock buyback and a third quarter dividend, but people are too smart for that.

#5 is intel.

The world's largest semiconductor maker reported earnings after the close.

They are accelerating their attempt to get into smartphones common going up against qualcomm . europe's largest drugmaker rising its forecast for the year.

Novartis sees generics taking away $2.7 billion in sales, up 23% less than it previously forecast.

Not all bad news for marissa mayer.

Yahoo!'s stake in the alibaba paying off.

They tripled their third quarter profit as they prepare for a possible ipo.

Google is at no.

2. they're looking to move into your living room with its own web tv service.

They have been in preliminary discussions with tv operators to bypass cable cut -- inscriptions.

Bank of america and the latest bank to our performance estimates.

A rise of 65% -- 0.65% this morning.

Profits rose 63% signed in the quarter.

Let's go to chicago where brian battle is standing by.

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