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What's On: Retail Stocks and a Medal of Honor Winner

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

--No screening and no pat-downs necessary if you want to get on board Squawk on the Street this morning.

Starting at 9am eastern, retail stocks. We're talking about Macy's, Wal-Mart, Gap, JC Penney and more.

--Speaking of retail, we're bringing back an analyst that could've made you 30 percent on your money in three weeks if you took his advice on Buckle. See how he feels about the stock now.

--Also coming up, a case for the bears. Sneaker stocks are on a real run. On our list, Foot Locker and Nike — should they be on your list as well?

--Plus why one of the biggest airlines in the country, and the world, is encouraging people to drink on the flight. And the Street Poll asks if you'd prefer the pat-down or the screener? Share your opinion.

--And a very special guest. This morning's bell ringer at the New York Stock Exchange is Medal of Honor recipient Salvatore Giunta. We'll speak with him after the bell ringing ceremony.

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