Re-Cap: Leaderboard, Stocks And More
Senior Editor, CNBC
Here's our re-cap of the day, with the leaderboard, most active and widely held stocks and the trivia questions. The video question is worth $2,000 Bonus Bucks: The Royal Bank of Australia has decided to keep interest rates on hold at what percent? Your selection of answers is: 6.0% or 6.25% or 5.25% or 5.75%.
And the news question is worth $1,000 Bonus Bucks: Blockbuster sold its UK video game retailer, Game Station, for how much? Your selection of answers is: $250 million or $150 million or $200 million or $100 million.
The answers can be found in the News and Video sections of CNBC.com. Bonus Bucks will be added to your portfolio cash balance by 8:30 a.m. the day after you answer the question correctly.
Remember, go to the contest home pageand select the Bonus Bucks tab on the left hand navigation to select your answers.
Contest registrations to date: 1,450,045.
Name Portfolio Value
1. Shi Nisman $4,196,906.55
2. Serge Amelyan 4,056,029.62
3. Michael Hart 3,736,062.14
4. Takako Friend 3,690,453.66
5. Steven Lee 3,516,103.70
Most actives as of the close on 5/1:
Sirius Satellite Radio
Applied Micro Circuits
Widely helds as of the close on 5/1:
CMGI: 3,510,171,632 shares held, down from the previous day.
Revlon: 2,753,877,686 shares held, up from the previous day.
Conexant: 2,359,144,443 shares held, down from the previous day.
Sirius: 2,096,024,275 shares held, up from the previous day.
Vonage: 1,939,158,174 shares held, down from previous day.
Crystallex International: 1,303,696,334 shares held, down from the previous day.