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What's On: Wheat Prices, Chainsaws and Walt Disney

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

--A key report is out that is expected to impact wheat prices. The commodity is up 46 percent in six months. We'll track it and talk about the stocks that could see an impact including General Mills. We're also watching another food stock reporting numbers this morning, Dean Foods.

--There's a real buzz about chainsaws these days. That's because one of the top makers, Blount, is up 47 percent in six months. The CEO is here this morning.

Johnson Controls also doing extremely well. Will it go even higher as the U.S. auto industry stages what could be an amazing comeback?

--And Walt Disney's top Mouseketeer is on the show this morning. He has a lot to say about the prospects for this Dow 30 component, watch for Bob Iger this morning.

--Plus three key surveys on different aspects of the American economy from the holiday shopping season to the confidence of the American consumer and on to a survey of top CFOs.

--The Street Poll asks if you think ETFs are forcing commodity prices into a bubble? 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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