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What's On: Jobs, Citigroup and Ben Bernanke

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

--We have one word for you. No, not plastics. Jobs. The jobs report is out at 8:30 and traders get their first chance to react when the bell rings at 9:30. Speaking of first chances, the White House will give it's first reaction only on Squawk on the Street, right after the bell so tune in early.

--Have you been watching Citigroup stock? We have. It's flirting with $5 a share again. The stock's up 11 percent in a month, 4 percent in a week.

--An off-the-beaten-path stock we're looking at this morning is Destination Maternity. This stock's up 118 percent in a year.

--Fed Head Ben Bernanke's on the big show, he's speaking to the Senate Banking Committee, and us... and you. We'll get his reaction to the jobs report among other things.

--Plus take two of old man stocks versus younger player stocks. Our mission: are paper stocks like International Paper and MeadWestvaco better than stocks like Apple and Amazon?

--The Street Poll: do you get more of your news through newspapers or online? Share your opinion, and watch Squawk on the Street, starting at 9a ET.

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