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Recap of “Closing Bell” – 5/1/09

Ockham’s daily Recap of Closing Bell.

Listed below are stocks that were mentioned on CNBC’s Closing Bell on Friday May, 1st.

The last hour of the trading day can be extremely important as volatile swings can work with or against the investor. CNBC’s Closing Bell hosted by the duo of Maria Bartiromo and Dylan Ratigan will guide investors into the end of the day’s trading live from the NYSE. Interviews with industry movers and shakers lend unique viewpoints to the day’s events. Stocks mentioned during the two hour program (beginning at 3pm ET) are listed below with accompanying research.

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CNBC – Closing Bell Stock Commentary for 5/1/2009

The most recent commentary from CNBC followed by Ockham
“… Signal to wall street. >> the private/public partnership is a critical part of getting the economy back on its feet. Does what we’ve seen in terms of what’s happened with chrysler and potentially with GM, what we’ve already seen with the banks, does this threaten the viability of the ppip? >> it makes you feel uneasy about it. I wouldn’t go as far to say it threatens the viability. …” …more details…
“… The smaller hedge funds said, we have legal rights and, you know, we don’t know why we should be giving up our senior position to people like the auto union who helped to put chrysler in the >> greg, if i’m a bondholder right now in GM, i’ve got to be, I would imagine, pretty darn nervous about what is going to happen come june 1st, given this precedent, would you be? …” …more details…
“… Chris, i’ll kick it off with you actually think this is a market that is broken. Explain to me what you mean by >> look, when you think about sort of the cmbs and RMBS and the abuses that took place under the programs over the last few years, what you see, of course, is a product that has very …” …more details…
“… Between first american corp and major lenders like jpmorgan chase, citigroup, wells fargo just to name a few. If this seems one sided, trust me, I tried to talk to FANNIE MAE today, as well as andrew cuomo’s office on what you would think would be their big day. I got a whole lot of no thank …” …more details…
“… Some of the largest appraisal companies are actually joint ventures under different names, between first american corp and major lenders like jpmorgan chase, CITIGROUP, wells fargo just to name a few. If this seems one sided, trust me, I tried to talk to fannie mae today, as well as andrew cuomo’s office on what you would …” …more details…
“… Some of the largest appraisal companies are actually joint ventures under different names, between first american corp and major lenders like jpmorgan chase, citigroup, WELLS FARGO just to name a few. If this seems one sided, trust me, I tried to talk to fannie mae today, as well as andrew cuomo’s office on what you would …” …more details…
“… Some of the largest appraisal companies are actually joint ventures under different names, between first american corp and major lenders like JPMORGAN CHASE, citigroup, wells fargo just to name a few. If this seems one sided, trust me, I tried to talk to fannie mae today, as well as andrew cuomo’s office on what you would …” …more details…
“… >> reporter: on top of that, some of the largest appraisal companies are actually joint ventures under different names, between FIRST AMERICAN CORP and major lenders like jpmorgan chase, citigroup, wells fargo just to name a few. If this seems one sided, trust me, I tried to talk to fannie …” …more details…
“… Given the fraud during the the fire wall independent appraisal management companies that hire their own appraisers for lenders. The AMCS are unregulated in most will farm business to the lowest bidders who may or may not know the local market and put appraisers out of business. >> yesterday on thursday, …” …more details…
“… >>> welcome back. As of today, fannie mae and FREDDIE MAC will only buy loans from lenders who abide by the home valuation code of conduct, to take fraud out of the home appraisal process. …” …more details…
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