Wednesday, July 2, 2008 CNBC Bonus Bucks Trivia Questions & Answers

Squawk Box

Question: In the article, "Stock Picker Likes Sunnier Second Half", who might gain from "the little guy...going out of business"?

Answer: FedEx

Squawk on the Street

Question: Mmm: Food stocks. When Alexia Howard spoke to CNBC on June 24, which one was "at the top of her list"?

Answer: Sara Lee

The Call

Question: On June 25, Erste Bank's Ronald-Peter Stoferle predicted a massive gold price rise. What is the "total demand for gold"?

Answer: approx. 3,600 metric tons

Power Lunch

Question: In the blog post, "Options Action: Make $$$ on Financials", Stacey Gilbert talks up a strategy for:

Answer: Citigroup

Street Signs

Question: Guest Blogger Vince Farrell marvelled at Goldman Sachs' market-moving ability. Who did Farrell say Goldman "unloaded" on?

Answer: Citigroup

Closing Bell

Question: In Fast Money's Web Extra, "Steel In Second Half?" what event seemed to drive up MacArthur Coal?

Answer: Arcelor upped Mac stake

Weekly Quiz

Question: In shorting, the difference between where you sell a stock and where you buy it back is called _.

Answer: profit


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