Financial News from Squawk On The Street from 7/7/2009

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Listed below are stocks that were mentioned in CNBC's Squawk On The Street on Tuesday July, 7th.

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NYSE Euronext, Incorporated (NYX) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

NYSE Euronext, Incorporated is in the news. Find out how this impacts NYX trading on Ockham Research.

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“… E most influential companies on the planetspeak one financial language. The language of exchanging. Shape the exchanging world. NYSE EURONEXT. Powering the when I was told I had diabetes,i felt amazingly joe uses the contourmeter from bayer. (joe) …”

Fannie Mae (FNM) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

Fannie Mae is in the news. Find out how this impacts FNM trading on Ockham Research.

Subprime for so long and all day and as I reported for quite some time, that's no longer the story. Prime is the story. I put up a chart of delinquencies on FANNIE MAE. The story and delinquencies, defaults and in general, what that means. >> it's important to recognize that folks with prime mortgages generally speaking, have more cushion.

“… nt to recognize that folks with prime mortgages generally speaking, have more cushion. …”

Freddie Mac (FRE) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

Freddie Mac is in the news. Find out how this impacts FRE trading on Ockham Research.

Approaching 4%. It is 3.42%. You can see the decline -- i'm sorry, the increase continues. As for FREDDIE MAC, also doing record volumes, it would seem we're going to be owning this baby for quite some time. Look at the risk characteristics of the risk portfolio FREDDIE MAC gave us in his latest we're talking there if we go back to the first one. Kind of went a little too fast. Thank you.

“… rtfolio FREDDIE MAC gave us in his latest we're talking there if we go back to the first one. Kind of went a little too fast. Thank you. …”

Fannie Mae (FNM) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

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Provided $71.6 billion of liquidity issued $67.7 billion of mbfs and did $57 billion in take a look, though, at the delinquency rates that FANNIE MAE also reported. A little housekeeping on my numbers came last week and the week prior from both fannie and freddie. But, hey, we own these, babies. Let's take a look at how we're serious delinquency rates on conventional single-family mortgages from FANNIE MAE. This is the total. It includes credit enhanced and not enhanced. There it is. Approaching 4%. It is 3.42%. You can see the decline -- i'm

“… freddie. But, hey, we own these, babies. Let's take a look at how we're serious delinquency rates on conventional single-family mortgages from FANNIE MAE. This is the total. It includes credit enhanced and not enhanced. There it is. Approaching 4%. It is 3.42%. You can see the decline -- i'm …”

Fannie Mae (FNM) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

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Area which continues to see significant increases. Another area where delinquencies continue to rise? Not surprisingly, mortgages. You know, freddie mac and FANNIE MAE now once again completely control the secondary market fore mortgages. They are buying more or less almost every mortgage that is made or every refinancing deal that is done out there.

“… more or less almost every mortgage that is made or every refinancing deal that is done out there. …”

Freddie Mac (FRE) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

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Area which continues to see significant increases. Another area where delinquencies continue to rise? Not surprisingly, mortgages. You know, FREDDIE MAC and fannie mae now once again completely control the secondary market fore mortgages. They are buying more or less almost every mortgage that is made or every refinancing deal that is done out there.

“… more or less almost every mortgage that is made or every refinancing deal that is done out there. …”

Pfizer, Incorporated (PFE) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

Pfizer, Incorporated is in the news. Find out how this impacts PFE trading on Ockham Research.

Everyone knows the negative. You don't get a stock this cheap. So all you need is any positive news and you get the stock moving up and you don't have to have it move up a lot to make a different profit in PFIZER. >> and also on the well, ims, ticker rx. >> it is suffering because big pharma companies and little

“… >> it is suffering because big pharma companies and little …”

Pfizer, Incorporated (PFE) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

Pfizer, Incorporated is in the news. Find out how this impacts PFE trading on Ockham Research.

>> my pleasure, mark. >> in scanning over this whole thing, you really zero in on three stocks. So let's get right to them. PFIZER is -- and you are calling all of these very cheap. PFIZER is at the top of the list. >> you'd be hard pressed to find a more disappointing stock during the decade of the -- first decade of the century. PFIZER traded about 50 in 1999. Today it's about 14. Everybody knows the story. Drugs coming off patent. Concerns about obama care. Weak pipeline. That's probably overstated. PFIZER has more than 100 drugs in the pipeline. The stock is incredibly cheap. Trades about 7.5 times estimated 2009 earnings. 6 1/2 times estimated 2010

“… disappointing stock during the decade of the -- first decade of the century. PFIZER traded about 50 in 1999. Today it's about 14. Everybody knows the story. Drugs coming off patent. Concerns about obama care. Weak pipeline. That's probably overstated. PFIZER has more than 100 drugs in the pipeline. The stock is incredibly cheap. Trades about 7.5 times estimated 2009 earnings. 6 1/2 times estimated 2010 …”

CME Group, Incorporated (CME) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

CME Group, Incorporated is in the news. Find out how this impacts CME trading on Ockham Research.

Into that more closely. But I think the fact they'll look to regulate more of the otc market could have a trickle down >> concerned about volume.#} the CME GROUP is reviewing the ! Proposal. Take a look at what the volumes are is going to be key. Do you think it could impact >> I think any time you effect volume you could have an adverse effect on price.

“… hink it could impact >> I think any time you effect volume you could have an adverse effect on price. …”

Google, Incorporated (GOOG) Discussed on CNBC's Squawk On The Street

Google, Incorporated is in the news. Find out how this impacts GOOG trading on Ockham Research.

Maybe even some work groups. GOOGLE worked on developing something similar but really stopped doing it. So if it's something that takes off, it could be something that gives them some more traction as they battle now with bing and GOOGLE dominant. They are trying to get share. >> brian schactman, thank you as we look across the board at the markets overall, it really is energy stocks leading everything lower thanks to oil.

“… e trying to get share. >> brian schactman, thank you as we look across the board at the markets overall, it really is energy stocks leading everything lower thanks to oil. …”