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What's On: Surveys, Security Stocks and H-P's New CEO

Monday, 1 Nov 2010 | 8:03 AM ET

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

--Three brand new surveys with critical insight into the United States economy. First up: Steve Liesman's survey on what the brightest minds in business think about QE2. Plus Deloitte's out with a new CFO survey. And Grant Thornton's survey on what corporate America aims to do with your benefits. Put it this way... there's change in the air.

We're checking out security stocks after Friday's bomb scare. On the list: L3, SAIC, American Science and Engineering, United Technologies and Analogic. We're also talking about FedEx and UPS this morning.

Then will Hewlett-Packard's new CEO show up? Leo Apotheker is under threat of being subpoenaed by Larry Ellison's Oracle over his big fight with SAP. It's the Silicon Valley soap opera.

We're also talking about how tire stocks and prison companies can make you big bucks right now. On our watchlist Cooper Tire and Corrections Corp and GEO Group.

The Street Poll asks if you think corporate health care will go away. 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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