The Top Ten Stocks for Wednesday, June 25

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June 25 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Alix Steel and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

10, the only trades you need to know about.

Overseas at number 10, samsung electronics.

Expected second-quarter earnings to be "not that good" but earnings have slipped in the past year amid higher competition from apple.

They may report results as soon as next week.

That is kind of an interesting morning.

-- warning.

Valero energy falling in the premarket after the commerce market clears the way for the first exports of unrefined u.s. oil in four decades.

Not since the 1970's have american companies been allowed to sell oil overseas.

Hanes brand will buy a french lingerie maker for enterprise value of 540 $4 million.

The purchase should boost adjusted earnings per share by about $.25 in 2015. whole foods will pay about $800,000 in penalties and fees after investigation found the supermarket chain was overcharging customers in california.

Whole foods operates 74 stores in the states.

Their food is already pricey.

Carnival cruise lines reported cordially earnings that failed to pass estimates.

Carnival says the company was led by strong revenue and lower food costs.

Marriott said expansion into african markets and the global economic recovery made the revenue increase by 10% this year.

An increase in business and leisure travel worldwide as the global economy improves.

Google set to introduce a new television set top box as it races amazon and apple to control digital content in the home.

The device will be powered by a software called android tv, according to a person with knowledge of the plan.

Monsanto announcing plans to buy back $10 million worth of stock over two years.

This comes after monsanto ended talks about a potential takeover of a $36 billion competitor that would have cut its tax bill.

General mills, the maker of cheerios posted a 10% rise in quarterly profit but the results still trailed estimates.

Gm said it started a review of its with american manufacturing and distribution network as part of an effort to cut costs.

N&n, barnes & noble

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