Friday, December 12, 2008 CNBC Bonus Bucks Trivia Questions & Answers

Squawk Box

Question: According to the article "YouTube Videos Pull In Real Money," what is Web producer Michael Buckley earning from ads?

Answer: over $100,000

Squawk on the Street

Question: In his energy and health stock recommendations, Dan Genter of RNC Genter used what war metaphor?

Answer: tiptoeing through the mine field

The Call

Question: On Thursday, John Bogle of The Vanguard Group said who would "pay more than Washington" for capital in troubled banks?

Answer: Dubai.

Power Lunch

Question: In Thursday's edition of CEOs Sound Off, "Doing Business In Recession," Jeff Ettinger touts which processed meat product?

Answer: Hormel Spam

Street Signs

Question: According to Darren Rovell's blog on the Kobe Zoom Cut Shoe, how big a business is "fashion basketball"?

Answer: $2 billion

Closing Bell

Question: In Thursday's edition of Fast Money Pops & Drops, which trader suggested Sprint Nextel "could be in a race to zero"?

Answer: Guy Adami

Weekly Quiz

Question: Standard expirations for US options occur on the _ of the month?

Answer: Third Friday of month

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