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What's On: Sanofi, Varian and Europe Travel

Monday, 4 Oct 2010 | 8:11 AM ET

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

--Sanofi Aventislaunches a hostile bid for Genzyme. Shares of both companies are on the move, details this morning starting at 9am. This story could have a much bigger impact on the bio-tech sector at-large.

--Plus, several stocks that are off most investors' radar, but on our's. On the list: Davita, Varian and EcoPetrol. All of these have really been hitting their stride in the market over the last few weeks, we'll see why and see if there's still room to run.

Monday means Farr and Farrell on Squawk on the Street, they're talking about the large caps and blue chips at values they like. We're talking:

GE

Wal-Mart

Home Depot

Merck

Pfizer

Microsoft

DuPont

Intel

Disney

Verizon

AT&T

3M and beyond.

--Our Street Poll wants to know how you feel about the new, but broad and vague terror threat in Europe. Would you cancel your trip? Share your opinion and watch Squawk on the Street, starting at 9 a.m. ET sharp.

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DIS
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DVA
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ECO
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GE
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HD
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INTC
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MMM
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MRK
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MSFT
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PFE
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SNI
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T
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VAR
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VZ
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