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What's On: Lululemon Athletica, Sirius XM Radio and Home Depot

Thursday, 9 Dec 2010 | 8:25 AM ET

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

--Earnings from Lululemon Athletica, going bananas for the big players in the fruit biz, like Dole and Del Monte .

--What happens to Sirius XM Radio if Howard Stern decides to take his ball and go home?

--Also coming up, what a change in interest rates would mean for stocks. We're tracking treasuries and the big names, stocks like Home Depot, Citigroup and Bank of America.

--A key survey from American chief financial officers to see where they stand on hiring and firing in 2011.

--We're also looking into the new year, talking about possible mergers and acquisitions. The oil and gas sector is in play, does that mean ExxonMobil and Chevron are on the hunt?

--Listen to Squawk on the Street, we're giving you actionable ways to make money.

--Plus, The Street Poll asks if you think you're better of buying or renting your next home?. Share your opinionand watch the big show at 9am eastern, live from the New York Stock Exchange with Mark Haines and Erin Burnett.

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CVX
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DOLE
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LULU
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