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ALL EYES ON TOMORROW'S PPI:
The news: The markets moving Producer Price Index or PPI number is released tomorrow morning.
The word: Eric Bolling says PPI doesn’t matter. CPI on Friday is more important.
GM SPUTTERS TO PROFIT:
The news: Shares of General Motors (GM) fall despite the fact that the automaker is reporting the largest quarterly profit in more than 2 years.
The word: Jeff Macke says GM made money selling cars! This could be a turn around story and they might be one to watch, maybe.
LEHMAN BROTHERS GRIMM:
The news: Lehman shares fall as much as 5.5% despite Lehman reporting a record quarterly profit.
The word: Guy Adami says Goldman Sachs (GS) beat EPS earnings by 36% yesterday and Lehman (LEH) beats it by a penny, yet they both trade with a 9.5 multiple. It makes no sense to him, though Guy says it’s neither an indictment of LEH or an endorsement of GS.
The news: H&R Block (HRB) hits a 4-year low as sub-prime crisis worsens quarterly loss.
The word: Tim Strazzini says their Options One mortgage business lost $50 million dollars and they’ve’ set aside another $100 million– with management doing everything they can to get this under control. Tim says the smart trade is selling puts out into April or June or buying the stock although it’s going to be flat for a while.
OIL'S STEADY FLOW:
The news: At a meeting tomorrow, OPEC is expected to announce current output levels will remain unchanged
The word: Eric Bolling says it doesn’t matter. That’s priced into the market already.
J. CREW LOOKING GOOD?
The news: J. Crew (JCG) shares fall despite better-than-expected earnings
The word: Jeff Macke says J Crew has high inventory. He likes the name but says give it time before buying, don’t jump in tomorrow.
AMR ROUGH LANDING?
The news: AMR Put Buying Picks Up
The word: Guy Adami says traders are buying $30 puts (a bet the stock will go down) with the stock trading at $31.25. (That might be because last summer the airlines got crushed although Guy isn’t worried about that, yet.) However, Guys admits he will be keeping a close eye on the put buying in the sector.