Stocks Discussed on CNBC's Squawk Box on Friday, April 17, 2009

CNBC, "Squawk Box" - 4/17/09

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Listed below are stocks that were mentioned on CNBC's Squawk Box on Friday April, 17th.

Listed below are all of the stocks that were mentioned on Squawk Box, CNBC’s daily morning show. Hosts Joe Kernen, Becky Quick and Carl Quintanilla bring relevant breaking news, pre-market earnings, reports from the floor of exchanges all over the world and other hot topics each day for three hours starting at 6am ET. Squawk Box brings together economic and political data that will shape the day ahead; its a vital day starter for many investors both professional and casual.

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CNBC - Squawk Box Stock Commentary for 4/17/2009

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“… While we told you maybe the analysts need to watch that part of the reason was a write down of ion networks. The super bowl -- >> $55 million. >> maybe because GE isn't giving guidance now. The analyst didn't have enough >> cutting into it. That's why revenues are basically flat. …”
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“… The market talk might focus on nbc because analysts say while the company is $391 million, JPMORGAN, 672, revenue was in line at 3.5. While we told you maybe the analysts need to watch that part of the reason was a write down of ion networks. The super bowl -- …”
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“… "sex and city" got put on that. >> you mentioned "beaches" and your favorite earlier. It was 20 years ago. That was weird. The producer found it and did that for you. Stocks to watch, start with GE. 26 cents was a nickel ahead of revenue was slightly -- i'm looking at something from dow jones or reuters which says that …”
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“… We'll get a chance to drill down into the numbers and see where some of that stuff came from. >> you, too. >> thanks. >>> all right, coming up, GENERAL ELECTRIC and citi topping this morning's stocks to first, we're going to take a look at the price of gold this check it out. Down by $7.80. "squawk" will be right back. …”
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“… We'll get a chance to drill down into the numbers and see where some of that stuff came from. >> you, too. >> thanks. >>> all right, coming up, general electric and CITI topping this morning's stocks to first, we're going to take a look at the price of gold this check it out. Down by $7.80. "squawk" will be right back. …”
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“… Thought. Even citi group seems to have managed to be not as awful as some people had been concerned. But I think we got next week a lot more to go. It's going to be interesting to see the WELLS FARGO actual report and how it compares with the press release that previewed yeah. They definitely have raised …”
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“… Sell for $2, how much can I lose. >> what kind of grade would you give us, the markets, in terms of getting through this earning season, and when it comes to ge and CITI this morning, how are we sailing through those waters? >> so far I think we've been pleasantly surprised. Everybody has looked at the numbers and they've come in somewhat better than people thought. Even CITI group seems to have managed to be not as awful as some people had been concerned. But I think we got next week a lot more to go. It's going to be interesting to see the wells fargo actual report and how it compares with …”
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“… The old rookie mistakes of, it's sell for $2, how much can I lose. >> what kind of grade would you give us, the markets, in terms of getting through this earning season, and when it comes to GE and citi this morning, how are we sailing through those waters? >> so far I think we've been pleasantly surprised. Everybody has looked at the numbers and they've come in …”
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“… Floor who has an occasional insight and i've been with you >> we had typewriters, art, where I think there were six you typed it in and if you went back and did an IBM select trick, all the carbon copies had -- you couldn't read them but you had to separate them and run them out to sue or bill or ron. …”
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“… Just like every night has its down >> 1989 classic there. Art cashin, director floor operations at UBS financial art, celebrating 20 years of this network is almost like we're celebrating with you, because you're such an integral part of what we do every day. Thank you for that. …”