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What's On: McDonald's Price Behavior and a New Car Grading System

Thursday, 14 Oct 2010 | 8:10 AM ET

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

--We'll have jobless claims and the impact it's having on the market. This number's been a real market mover. See how it'll impact the Dow, the S&P and the Nasdaq at the open.

--Also this morning, a new grading system for cars could be in the works. We're looking at Ford, Toyota, Honda and Nissan.

--Plus, we found some very interesting information about McDonald's and how the stock price behaves in the days before earnings. Have your brokerage account log-in and password ready to go.

--And a great stock story we've been following for months, WW Grainger. They have earnings this morning and we have one of the top analysts on the stock.

--Also, Apple and Google. Apple has been on a real run, Google reporting earnings today.

Our Street Poll asks which do you think is better for your portfolio? Share your opinion and watch the show at 9am eastern, live from the New York Stock Exchange with Erin Burnett, Mark Haines and David Faber.

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7203.T
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