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What's On: WalMart, Ford and Digital Records

Thursday, 5 Aug 2010 | 7:37 AM ET

Here's what's up on Wednesday's Squawk on the Street:

-- It's another day of big earnings. On our watch-list, Time Warner Cable, Unilever, Hyatt and we're looking ahead to Kraft's numbers. Plus chain store sales numbers are hitting the tape. Watch for details on WalMart, JCPenney, Ralph Lauren and many more.

-- Plus, President Obama is talking about the recovery of the auto industry. Is it really back? We're taking a special look at Ford.

-- There's been lots of volatility for the Dow and S&P in the last few days and weeks, we're watching it closely. Oil still above $80 a share, that's also something we'll continue to pay close attention to.

-- Also this morning, what's taking so long to digitize the records in America's doctors' offices? Find out about the incentives and possible punishments for your doctor.

Watch the opening bell on Squawk on the Street, we're live from the New York Stock Exchange. It all starts at 9am ET.

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