CNBC's Closing Bell Recap on Thursday, May 21, 2009

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Recap of "Closing Bell" - 5/21/09

Ockham's daily Recap of Closing Bell.

Listed below are stocks that were mentioned on CNBC's Closing Bell on Thursday May, 21st.

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 5/21/2009

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“… Down day on wall street, but we are looking at some upside in the after markets. SEARS out with earnings and fan out with earnings, both boat "fast money" is up next. Thanks for watching, have a >>> aig chairman and ceo ed …” …more details…
“… It's become habit. >> two public companies producing private label foods for grocers are treehouse foods and ralcorp, both have outperformed the market. SAFEWAY private label products are now a billion dollar business and the chain may start selling them in other chains. Cost owe expects its kirkland label to go from 19% of sales to 30%. …” …more details…
“… To as much anybody, but it's something that stuck now and it's become habit. >> two public companies producing private label foods for grocers are treehouse foods and RALCORP, both have outperformed the market. Safeway private label products are now a billion dollar business and the chain may start selling them in other chains. Cost owe expects its kirkland label to go from 19% of sales to …” …more details…
“… Even when I don't, I don't need to as much anybody, but it's something that stuck now and it's become habit. >> two public companies producing private label foods for grocers are TREEHOUSE FOODS and ralcorp, both have outperformed the market. Safeway private label products are now a billion dollar business and the chain may start selling them in other chains. …” …more details…
“… They were the store branded groceries, that boost grosser's cheaper to make and have better margins. WALMART has relaunched its great value brand expanding into pizza and eggs. Private label makes up 16% of WALMART's sales. >> we did over 5,000 quality tests to make sure that the items that the products that we have for our customers are …” …more details…
“… Rate on a 30 year fixed mortgage fell to 4.82%. Rates remained below 5% for 10 consecutive weeks. >>> XEROX ceo anne mulcahy will retire after eight years on the job but will continue on as the company's chair. >>> the united autoworkers union reaching a tentative agreement …” …more details…
“… A >>> welcome back. Taking a look at today's business headlines. Mortgage rates continue to hover near record lows. FREDDIE MAC says the average rate on a 30 year fixed mortgage fell to 4.82%. Rates remained below 5% for 10 consecutive weeks. …” …more details…
“… Available liquidity through march 24th, 2010. Of course, everybody is following right now these retail companies in need of capital to SEARS holdings managing to get access to that capital. You see those shares sky rocketing in the after trade. >>> general motors getting rid of assets. Sitting on a war chest of assets …” …more details…
“… Very influenced by asia. If you get better economic numbers out of asia going forward, that will benefit >> thank you for being with us. >>> SEARS holders coming out with earnings after the bell. After the bell it reported that only are its first-quarter earnings up 26 million as …” …more details…
“… To china up to 100,000 barrels a >> joining me now to discuss the investment opportunities in latin america, jeffrey dennis, latin america strategist for CITI, ed, emerging market investment analyst with vanex welcome to the program for both of you. Jeffrey, let's kick things off on the brazil topic. What's driving brazil now? …” …more details…
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