Stocks Discussed on Fox Business's Fox Business on Friday, April 17, 2009

Fox Business, "Fox Business" - 4/17/09

Listed below are stocks that were mentioned on Fox Business's Fox Business on Friday April, 17th.

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“… >> liz: so glad it's friday. Liz claman, last hour of you're watching "countdown to the closing bell." get you up to speed. GENERAL MOTORS ceo declaring the company is preparing detailed plans for a bankruptcy filing that appears more and more likely. We have every angle of the story covered from the detroit editor of road and track magazine to the mayor of a GENERAL MOTORS town, lang sing, michigan. What must they be thinking heading more toward the "b" market taking GENERAL MOTORS 4 2/3%, down nine pennies. …”
“… Financial group, g. Reshzg.E. Is the what the you think? >> they are surprising everybody on up side. Started in early march with citi and BANK OF AMERICA telling us they were doing well. Nobody believe it but it sparked a rally and here we are 1600 points higher and looks like we'll continue …”
“… Financial group, g. Reshzg.E. Is the what the you think? >> they are surprising everybody on up side. Started in early march with CITI and bank of america telling us they were doing well. Nobody believe it but it sparked a rally and here we are 1600 points higher and looks like we'll continue …”
“… Got it lower. They've basically made it easy for companies to look good. Making it easy for the goldman and CITI made ma yourty of earnings on the I like goldman, believe it or not. I like them moving forward but we have to be cautious we have seen a big run-up on the big statistics. When you're off 30% off the …”
“… Good dealers now that they have good cars want to keep in business. >> liz: okay. Let's talk nardelli. We're jumping around from GENERAL MOTORS to chrysler, but what happens if the deal with fiat goes through? Who runs chrysler at that >> this whole thing is completely up side down. When it first came down it …”
“… It away. >> david: who goes and who >> it's of no surprise -- obviously chevrolet stays. For all intents and purposes chevrolet becomes GENERAL MOTORS. Chevrolet, cadillac stays. Buick stays because it's a surprise to some people but it's very important in china. There was a lot of rumors …”
“… Bankruptcy than they would be of giving more money. >> david: exactly. >> just throwing more money at the company. So there is that. >> liz: what about GENERAL MOTORS and fox business learning that some two to 3,000 -- we don't know the exact number -- but salaries workers may start to get laid off in north america as early as next week. …”
“… The u.S. If they had to and shut canada down. They have $19 gap in the wages of canadian auto workers for chrysler and TOYOTA workers for example, japanese. Lots of news today. >> david: it is brimming with thank you, jeff. >> liz: well, for more details out of detroit, we're …”
“… Efforts to organize there. That's something we're watching closely. Hotel and casino name in you talked to them yesterday buying up the MGM debt to push the company to a structured bankruptcy. Same time, the starwood hotel is suing the hilton hotels that the company owned by blackstone saying it stole …”
“… Retailers and the credit ratings. Macy's and jc penney in particular downgraded to junk the only one in the red is WAL-MART as we watched worker's union stepping up efforts to organize there. That's something we're watching closely. …”