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What's On: More Mergers, Buying Treasurys, Dow Giants

Monday, 27 Sep 2010 | 7:45 AM ET

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

--Merger Monday. Several big deals in the works. Southwest Airlines is buying AirTran . Unilever is buying Albert Culver , a hair care company.

--We're talking Treasurys this morning. If you don't know it, there's a more exciting way to play the space rather than buying and selling Treasurys. This morning, we're tracking the ETFs that follow the industry, ETFs like TBT and TIP .

--Plus McDonald's has not had a great month, up only about 2 percent, lagging the Dow. Caterpillar has been doing extremely well, up about 20 percent in the last month. Are these two stocks about to switch places?

--Also this morning, the stocks that could be the key to American happiness. We're talking about Nike , LuluLemon and Apple .

In our Street Poll, we ask when you think America will forgive...America. Share your opinion, and what the show starting at 9am sharp.

  Price   Change %Change
AA
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CAT
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LULU
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LUV
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NKE
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TBT
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ISH BAR TIPS
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UNA
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AAPL
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MCD
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