The Top Ten Stocks for Wednesday, May 21

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May 21 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Trish Regan, Scarlet Fu, and Julie Hyman report on today's ten most important stocks on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

You need to know about.

Carlos who is sticking with me.

Netflix, the online video service announcing its biggest expansion in three years.

It produces "house of cards," and will be available in germany, france, austria, belgium, and switzerland.

Potash, raymond james cutting the shares from market perform.

He said he is moving onto the sidelines on potash until he sees improvement of the macro environment.

Hormel, shares following in - shares falling down 2.5%. hormel sees its full-year profit at the low end of its prior projection.

Tiffany's. reporting first-quarter earnings with sales that topped estimates.

The company is known for the little blue boxes.

Tyson can't eat more chicken.

The message from the company executive.

Supplies will be tight because of a virus.

Higher prices for pork and beef will increase demand for chicken.

Lowe's topping estimates from a 2.4% rise in sales.

Petsmart shares following in the premarket after the company cut its full-year forecast outlook for the first quarter, they beat estimates by two cents a share.

Petsmart will stop selling pet treats made in china because of continuing fears over their safety.

News we just broke 10 minutes ago -- ebay asking users to change their passwords following a cyber attack.

The paypal unit appears to be safe.

The company said financial information is encrypted and stored separately.

General motors, speaking of safety.

Adding 218,000 small cars to its growing list of recalled vehicles.

The new recall covers chevrolet cars from 2004 2 2008. this is gm's 30th recall this year.

I am curious to what the final number is going to be.

Number one stock of the day is target.

The discount retailer announcing a 16% drop in first-quarter profit as last year's data breach takes its toll.

The company's earnings missed estimates but sales increased year-over-year.

Target also cutting its annual forecast.

Here we are at the open.

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