Monday, July 7, 2008 CNBC Bonus Bucks Trivia Questions & Answers

Squawk Box

Question: In the Energy Source blog, what did ex-CIA agent Robert Baer say about Exxon and Chevron vis-a-vis Iraqi oil?

Answer: they won't get major fields

Squawk on the Street

Question: According to the feature, "Failed Merger Roundup," which would-be acquiror(s) pulled the plug on a deal with PHH Corp.?

Answer: GE Capital Solutions

The Call

Question: In Carmen Wong Ulrich's blog post on wages, what wildlife phrase does she use for wrangling with debt?

Answer: a bunch of crazy salmon

Power Lunch

Question: In the story "Earnings Season Kicks Off with Little Hope Ahead" who sees "panic selling...more likely than panic-buying"?

Answer: Matthew Tuttle

Street Signs

Question: In the Stop Trading! blog post "Big Money Makes Its Move" which sector/idea does Jim Cramer call "horrible"?

Answer: Retail

Closing Bell

Question: In the CNBC Stock Blog post "Top Food Stock Picks for Lean Times", what ingestible image is displayed on the page?

Answer: beer being poured

Weekly Quiz

Question: Traders break patterns into two types; continuation and _.

Answer: reversal


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