Squawk Box


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Squawk Box

An intercom or telephone on the desk of individual brokers allowing them to communicate with analysts at their brokerages to received updated information on different securities. The brokers can then pass this information along to clients.
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She had invited me to come on Squawk Box not to defend that idea but to discuss it.
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I believe the stimulus you need is a signal to the private sector that it's actually a good time to take a risk and invest right now," Cantor said on CNBC's Squawk Box
Dallas Federal Reserve President Richard Fisher, voting member of the FOMC, spoke this morning on CNBC Squawk Box saying there is no need for third round of Asset buying, QE3.