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What's On: Dow Transports, Halliburton and Cisco

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

--The beginning of 2011 for the stock world. We have a special look at the transports and how they'll fare in 2011. We'll profile the big picture in the form of the Dow Transports, FedEx and UPS.

We're also looking at the oil services sector and stocks like Halliburton and Diamond Offshore to see what kind of shape they're in heading into the new year.

Plus two dogs of the Dow. Cisco and Microsoft have both been real laggards. Can they turn it around in 2011?

And as the Minnesota Vikings leave the comfy confines of the Metrodome because the roof caved in, there's talk of a new push for a new stadium. We'll look at other stadiums to see if they ever really made money and brought jobs to their hometown fans.

As we kick off our special look at stocks and sectors in 2011 the Street Poll asks which sector you are most confident will rise the most Share your opinion, and watch Squawk on the Street on CNBC starting at 9am sharp

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