Wednesday, June 11, 2008 CNBC Bonus Bucks Trivia Questions & Answers

Squawk Box

Question: Web video hunt: On Tuesday, Toll Bros. CEO Robert Toll told Power Lunch home prices may be stabilizing. Who interviewed him?

Answer: Sue Herera

Squawk on the Street

Question: CNBC Stock Blog: According to Dan Eggers, what is the key to picking energy utility stocks?

Answer: deregulated environment

The Call

Question: In John McCain's June 10 CNBC interview, whom did the presidential candidate say he'd enlist to strengthen trade?

Answer: Our traditional allies

Power Lunch

Question: In "Congress to Summer Workers: Drop Dead," Jerry Bowyer refers to which "universal laws of science"?

Answer: all of the above

Street Signs

Question: In "Oil Services Stocks Are Price-Proof" Federated Investors' Phil Orlando says oil prices may sink as low as:

Answer: $110 to $100 range

Closing Bell

Question: In "Answering Your Credit Questions" blogger Carmen Wong Ulrich says the "big secret" of the credit industry is that it's:

Answer: "very unregulated"

Weekly Quiz

Question: Investors looking for stocks priced less than intrinsic value are referred to as __ investors.

Answer: Value


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