Financial News from Squawk On The Street from 6/4/2009

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Recap of "Squawk On The Street" - 6/4/09

Ockham's daily Recap of Squawk On The Street.

Listed below are stocks that were mentioned in CNBC's Squawk On The Street on Thursday June, 4th.


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CNBC - Squawk On The Street Stock Commentary for 6/4/2009

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“… Although they disagree for different reasons. John wilconowitz, senior he economist with IHS auto group and theresa banker, american council for an american efficient economy. Theresa, i've never heard of your organization. …” …more details…
“… Six months ago. Perception and people's views on life can actually start helping out all by itself. I mean, if people feel better about things, things will get >> tom joyce, ceo of KNIGHT CAPITAL. Mark, over to you. >>> up next, as they say, as the revised cash or clunkers bill …” …more details…
“… Market is flat lining, hard to in the autumn, volatility went crazy and turned out as a great >> to talk about the volume, a lot of trading is in low-price stocks. CITI group went to a dollar. Five stocks constituted 25% of the volume at the new york stock exchange in april, as I recall. That helps you. If that goes away, it's not going to be like that forever. …” …more details…
“… Electronic trading platform has helped the firm stay a step ahead or above. Bob pisani now at the global exchange and electronic trading conference, with the ceo of KNIGHT CAPITAL in another cnbc exclusive. >> mark, you know the important thing is knight is a very important company. They sit between the market makers and the other people out …” …more details…
“… >> interesting. >>> coming up, bob pisaniby sanpisani joins us from the electronic trading conference with the ceo of KNIGHT CAPITAL on how his companies, automated operations and risk management, ideas have kept it above the fwra. >>> and revised clunker bill rolling into the senate. Mark, u.S. Auto industry still …” …more details…
“… >> weatherford, slummerja and smith financial. >> that is where my question was going to come in. I see them here. I was going to say, why not the former home of mr. Cheney, why isn't HALLIBURTON on the list? >> HALLIBURTON has a greater north american content. As we've seen with the natural gas numbers this morning there's still some structuraler shus near term that they have to work through. 70% of the business of we're more oil intensive. And HALLIBURTON will have their day in the sun. Probably first half of 2010. >> kurt, thank you very much. >> interesting. …” …more details…
“… Talking about that. They are a little bit off the highs of the session. That is where you're seeing the next guest says oil service stocks are the place to be if you want to profit from the run up at the pump. Joining us GLOBAL ENERGY research at rbc capital market. Good to have you with us. There's lots of reasons one could like oil services stocks. It doesn't mean you're betting on oil to go up significantly. …” …more details…
“… The dollar, keep your eye on the dollar index has turned we're looking at crude prices that continue to rally as well. Up over $1.50 for crude. We did get that call from GOLDMAN SACHS catting for $85 oil by the end of the year. $95 by 2010. A lot of folks are saying, wait a minute, this is the same analyst that said we're going to see a super psyche to $200 a …” …more details…
“… It's more than doubled since the haines bottom. >> we're going to find out what the chinese housing market maybe able to DELL ustell us about our own. …” …more details…
“… >>> welcome back to "squawk on it's rick santelli here on the floor of the CME GROUP. What's going on in the markets a good place to start, and we've been talking about it, is the relationship between the weak dollar, showing a lot of investors being pushed into, or …” …more details…
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