The Top Ten Stocks for Wednesday, Sept. 17

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Sept. 18 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Scarlet Fu and Michael McKee report on today's ten most important stocks including JPMorgan, Blackberry and Apple. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Welcome back . you are "in the loop." i am betty liu.

Scarlet fu has the latest before the bell.

It looks like stock index futures are little changed as investors await the federal reserve policy meeting decision at 2:00. we want to highlight fedex is moving higher after topping analyst estimates last quarter.

Back on the market in 30 minutes.

Thank you.

Counting down to the open with the top 10. the only traits you need to know about today.

Scarlet fu stays with us, as well as michael mckee.

Starting with number 10, adobe systems.

The largest maker of graphic design tools reported accelerated growth in cloud service for the third quarter.

They said they amassed more than one million subscribers.

Number nine is walgreens.

Set to become one of the largest employers yet.

The changes stem from rising costs and expenses brought on by the new federal health care law.

Number eight is jpmorgan.

Told employees to per pair for more woes.

The bank is taking an unprecedented effort to comply with regulation.

700 and 50 million dollars in fines related to the london whale trading loss.

-- 750 million dollars in fines related to the london whale trading loss.

Number seven is five below.

Five dollars and below at these stores.

Number six is boeing.

The latest version of the 787 dreamliner completed the maiden flight yesterday without the drama that mark the debut of the original model.

20 feet longer.

Ken holds 40 more passengers than the predecessor.

Number five is blackberry.

-- it can hold 40 more passengers than its predecessor.

Blackberry counting on the new range of phones to regain market share from apple and samsung.

Number four is starbucks.

Now asking customers not to bring higher arms to its stores.

Responding to growing pressure of both sides of the debate.

The ceo said the presence of a weapon and our stores is unsettling and upsetting for many of its customers.

Number three, microsoft.

It is ready to debut its new gaming console.

Impeding the samsung.

This will serve as a portal for videos and music and future original television content.

Number two, fedex.

First-quarter profit beating analyst estimates.

They said they reduced cost to counter a shift among costs to cheaper shipping methods.

Number one is apple.

The real game changer could come today with the release of the ios7. the biggest overall of the operating system since the first iphone.

If you have not downloaded it, you might want to today.

Joining us is glenn scholz.

This text has been automatically generated. It may not be 100% accurate.

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