Paulson on 'Squawk': Housing, China and Fly-Fishing

Brooke Sopelsa,|Special to CNBC.com
Tuesday, 8 Jan 2008 | 10:26 AM ET

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson spent an hour co-hosting CNBC's "Squawk Box" Tuesday morning and discussed everything from the housing market and China to fly-fishing.

Fixing the Homefront
Diving into housing and the economy, with Squawk Box guest host, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson

Paulson on the Dollar

“Our economy, like any other, has got its ups and downs. I think it’s going to keep growing, and that it’s fundamental strength is going to be reflected in the currency markets.”

Housing, Hope & Despair
Views on housing & subprime, with Secretary Henry Paulson and CNBC's Steve Liesman

On the Housing Market

“The housing problem and the mortgage issue is not limited to subprime. It’s a broader issue.”

China & Iran
Tackling issues like China & the Dollar and investing in Iran, with Henry Paulson, Secretary of the Treasury

On U.S.-China Relationship

“This is a very important economic relationship between our two countries, and it’s important that we keep this on an even keel, because it benefits both of our nations.

Gone Fishin'
Looking at saltwater fly-fishing pictures, with Secretary Treasury Henry Paulson & CNBC's Steve Liesman

Gone Fishin’

Paulson discusses fly-fishing, oil prices and the markets.


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