Commenting briefly on the weak housing market, author Stephen Weiss attributed the problem to overcapacity and little demand. He said single-family starts are going to get worse as banks write off more bad loans.

In the final trades, Edwards liked Syngenta ( SYT) while Terranova liked Apache ( APA). Adami liked Monsanto ( MON), while Finerman favored Genzyme ( GENZ). Kaminsky again picked Expediters ( EXPD).

-- Written by David Tong in San Francisco

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