The Top Ten Stocks for Wednesday, July 23

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July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Alix Steel, Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Well as pepsi, helping to prop up the market.

You're on the markets again in 30 minutes.

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

Scarlett and julie hyman join me now.

We lead off with herbalife, the nutrition company falling in the market.

The stock did surge more than 25% yesterday while bill ackerman made his presentation that failed to prove that herbalife is a peer mix game.

Shares gained six percent since ackerman revealed his envoy dollar short bet against the company.

He was talking about his great-grandfather coming across russia, the american dream.

I did not catch the joke.

I was in the room, when the back.

It was not a john boehner level crime.

There was a motion there.

Herbalife and family history.

Let's get to number nine in earnings.

Dow chemical reported second-quarter results and revenue that beat analyst estimates thanks to wider margins.

Specialty chemicals operation, the dow has repeatedly rejected that.

King vigil entertainment, shares of candy crush falling in the free market.

Merrill lynch cut those shares.

Not candy crush but farm heroes and pet rescue.

That was the reason for the downgrade.

A 12 month price target of $22 per share.

I was there when they had them dancing.

I was stuck on 72 for three weeks straight.

If you play, you know what i'm talking about.

Anyway, the biggest drugmaker in the u.k., second-quarter earnings missed analyst estimates and cut the forecast for a year.

The company is losing market share in the u.s. for its best-selling product out there, which recently lost attention.

Number six, delta airlines, kicking off earnings with a beat.

Second-quarter profit rose 17% thanks to a strong domestic demand.

Traditionally strong for the airline industry a month scheduled to report earnings tomorrow.

Fees certainly help as well.

Dialing a number five, the chipmaker reported first-quarter revenue that weakened outlook for the for -- the current quarter.

Capital markets to downgrade the stock and cut its price target to 42 dollars from 60. and, surgical, the maker of robotic surgeries systems, another quarter declining earnings.

Surgical is getting a boost and upgrade.

And we get to number three, whirlpool.

The maker posted second-quarter profits that fell almost 10% which hit every reason except north america.

Higher costs and spending on marketing and new product.

More problems for the banks.

I number two, deutsche bank specifically, the new york fed found issues with the firm's financial reporting and oversight.

They pledged to meet stricter capital climates for the bank operator in the u.s. and plans to increase his compliance.

Your number one stock of the day -- pepsico.

The beverage giant reported better than estimated profit and raised the analyst forecast.

More leverage in its fight with an activist investor, pushing the breakup of the company's beverage and snack businesses.

You just heard the opening bell.

Let's bring in barbara reinhard.

She sees a pickup in u.s. capx.

What will be the catalyst here?

I have seen the argument for years at this point.

It is funny.

Everyone has been talking about capx, but everyone was talking about the m&a boom just this time last year, and here it is one year later, deal volume is up 67%. we think there is a similar trend with capx.

We see lending intentions and said surveys are pointing to a pick up -- said surveys are

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