This morning, I am on CNBC’s  Squawk on the Street, at 9:35 am. Future markets are up significantly, while overseas markets traded down following the Dow’s 200 point dive yesterday.

Back in January, we discussed our outlook for 2008 — here’s how we saw the year in January, with actually mid year lows.

Index_________2008 Mid Year______2008 Final______Actual 2008 Low YTD
S&P 500:_______1,275____________1,350____________1,273
Russell 2000:___ 580______________639______________644
10-year yield:___3.75_____________4.10_____________3.33

Note we revisit our outlook on June 30th.


Media Appearance: CNBC’s Squawk on the Street (1/10/08)

Squawk Video (1/10/08)

Category: Media

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5 Responses to “Media Appearance: CNBC’s Squawk on the Street (6/12/08)”

  1. HCF says:

    Good luck on your appearance Barry!

    Maybe you can discuss how Erin Callan losing her job bodes from LEH and the financial sector in general:


  2. Chief Tomahawk says:

    Someone’s downside call on LEH of $20 is looking pretty good now. Didn’t take very long to unfold either.

  3. pablo says:

    Please , dont forget to ask Charlie Gasparino how much longer we should trust DICK FULD ???

  4. brasil says:

    nice job barry ..that poor other guy looked like his thoughts were in concrete

  5. Mike in NOLA says:

    Had a disrupted night and took a nap this morning and woke up just in time to see you. It’s nice to see a sane, honest person first thing.

    Looks like you got more respect than usual. I guess continually being right eventually has it’s advantages.

    Maybe you’ll eventually be shown the same respect as Meredith Whitney. Nah, not pretty enough :)

    As for Lehman, we’ve seen from Citi that shuffling personnel is not magic. Gasparino is saying insiders want the company sold.