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What's On: Food Inflation, Commodities and Hiring

Jason Gewirtz|Producer
Sunday, 23 Jan 2011 | 4:01 PM ET

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

--Numbers from McDonald's. There's a lot of things to talk about with this stock. From the state of the consumer, to global demand and on to food inflation.

--Speaking of food inflation, we have several segments lined up on what will be a special day on this topic. We'll look at cattle and wheat prices. We're talking about Dean Foods. We're also looking at other food plays, stocks like Archer-Daniels-Midland, Diamond Foods, Tyson and Smithfield.

--The Street Poll asks how you are being affected by rising food prices. Share your opinion.

--Also on the big show, the CEO of Citi Consumer Banking for the Americas, Manuel Medina-Mora is also the CEO of Citi Latin America and Banamex.

--And the CEO of CTPartners, the executive search firm is ringing the opening bell. He'll tell us where the hiring situation stands from his perspective. And Steve Liesman with a brand new survey on hiring from the National Association for Business Economics.

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