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General Electric Company (GE) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

General Electric Company is in the news. Find out how this impacts GE trading on Ockham Research.

Know if they are going going to survive or not, they need the assurance they are going to be in business at least another two or three years to honor the war ran test. >> extended warranties from, guess who GE? >> yeah. >> we are out of time. >> are we back in that market >> be right back.

“… ck in that market >> be right back. …”

Ford Motor Company (F) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

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There and gm -- both gm and chrysler seen their sales fall off because companies are fearful of exactly that same thing. So I think customers can very easily walk down the streets of toyota, honda or FORD these days and get a much better deal than they can buying a questionable brand with questionable residual value from gm or chrysler. >> you think that a's why the don't like the cars?

“… n buying a questionable brand with questionable residual value from gm or chrysler. >> you think that a's why the don't like the cars? …”

Toyota Motor Corporation ADS (TM) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

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There and gm -- both gm and chrysler seen their sales fall off because companies are fearful of exactly that same thing. So I think customers can very easily walk down the streets of TOYOTA, honda or ford these days and get a much better deal than they can buying a questionable brand with questionable residual value from gm or chrysler. >> you think that a's why the don't like the cars?

“… n buying a questionable brand with questionable residual value from gm or chrysler. >> you think that a's why the don't like the cars? …”

Toyota Motor Corporation ADS (TM) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

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If they figure that out, think they will be in much better shape than drawn through some long one or two-year court provision. I completely agree, cut down the dealership, got 6500 now, TOYOTA has a little over 2,000 and TOYOTA sells more cars in the u.S. Than gm. A very complex issue. They have a state franchise system with the dealerships and this is a federal bankruptcy. They will never get the states to sign off on this in this

“… Than gm. A very complex issue. They have a state franchise system with the dealerships and this is a federal bankruptcy. They will never get the states to sign off on this in this …”

Toyota Motor Corporation ADS (TM) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

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June 1st to dom up with a viable restructuring plan, gm is in intense preparations for a bankruptcy filingsome bankruptcy for the world's largest auto quote, TOYOTA was. Annual basis just for a couple of months but you get the point. Is it inevitable that the company will go to bankruptcy and is that the best choice? Facing off, professor at new york university stern school of

“… the company will go to bankruptcy and is that the best choice? Facing off, professor at new york university stern school of …”

ING Groep NV (ING) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

ING Groep NV is in the news. Find out how this impacts ING trading on Ockham Research.

Gas, industrial demand is down across the board worldwide. I would look at the very lower refinery runs as a possible explanation for the draws on that. >> again, we have seen refineries stand ING there turn around period. Perhaps that is what has accounted for it. We will try to get it for you when we have it. I'm going send it back to the desk, to you. >> sharon epperson.

“… ed for it. We will try to get it for you when we have it. I'm going send it back to the desk, to you. >> sharon epperson. …”

Advanced Photonix, Inc. (API) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

Advanced Photonix, Inc. is in the news. Find out how this impacts API trading on Ockham Research.

Much greater. Down 3.4 million barrels. Expectation was 4. Decline of somewhere around 200, 600,000 barrels. Keep in mind this is still greater than yesterday's api data but it's basically in line with what we saw last year this time, decline of 3.7 million barrels. Again, rise in crude supplies, 1.7 million barrels.

“… on barrels. Again, rise in crude supplies, 1.7 million barrels. …”

Citigroup, Incorporated (C) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

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Abm, biggest gold producer but not on the s&p 500. It is in the xau gold and silver index, down 1% today. Two calls, tug of war. It's buy rated now at CITIGROUP but neutral from overweight at jp morgan. Jp morgan having more on this today with a win. Scs, computer science corp., name change wednesday here it is sell rated at CITIGROUP. Doing town 20%, 25%. That's what's moving. >> thank you, mr. Nest to. >>> and let's get straight to sharon epperson with the key inventory numbers.

“… computer science corp., name change wednesday here it is sell rated at CITIGROUP. Doing town 20%, 25%. That's what's moving. >> thank you, mr. Nest to. >>> and let's get straight to sharon epperson with the key inventory numbers. …”

JPMorgan Chase & Company (JPM) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

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It is in the xau gold and silver index, down 1% today. Two calls, tug of war. It's buy rated now at citigroup but neutral from overweight at JP MORGAN. JP MORGAN having more on this today with a win. Scs, computer science corp., name change wednesday here it is sell rated at citigroup.

“… it is sell rated at citigroup. …”

ABM Industries Incorporated (ABM) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

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Dow neutral rated from buy at bank of america,. Abm, biggest gold producer but not on the s&p 500. It is in the xau gold and silver index, down 1% today. Two calls, tug of war. It's buy rated now at citigroup

“… Dow neutral rated from buy at bank of america,. Abm, biggest gold producer but not on the s&p; 500. It is in the xau gold and silver index, down 1% today. Two calls, tug of war. It's buy rated now at citigroup …”