CNBC's Jane Wells - Water World

Friday, 20 Apr 2007 | 9:28 PM ET

With rain finally falling in drought-threatened Los Angeles, CNBC’s Business Reporter Jane Wells takes a closer look at water - and what it's really worth.

In her report Jane reveals Americans love the wet stuff - and spent $11 billion last year on bottled water.

Consequently, for the Final Trade, Dylan Ratigan asks the guys for their best water play.

Eric Bolling says its Veolia (VE) and Suez (SZE).

Jeff Macke likes ITT Corp (ITT) as a water play.

Pete Najairan recommends Pepsi (PEP).

Guy Adami’s play is Jane Wells! After all, she’s so delicious you could just drink her up!

Read "Funny Business" with Jane Wells, her regular column on CNBC.com!

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Trader disclosure:
On APR 20, 2007, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s Fast Money were owned by the Fast Money traders. Bolling Owns (SZE), (VE), Gold, Silver, Corn; Bolling Is Short Soybeans Najarian Owns (IBN), (PEP)On 4/18/07 Najarian Owned (AXP), (ENER)


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