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What's On: Oil Sector, 'Correction Protection' and Jobs

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

--Chevron reports numbers . We'll have them as we look deep into the oil sector. While there's no direct correlation of course because the oil producing nations aren't involved in the Arab uprisings, we will be watching what is expected to be a massive rally in Cairo. It'll be the fourth straight day of protests and we'll cover them closely.

--KLA-Tencor's CEO is on the big show after his company beats second quarter expectations, selling more chips than analysts had predicted. The stock's been a real winner recently, up 7.5% in a week, up 14 percent in a month. We're also looking at Tractor Supply, the company's stock doubling in a year.

--Also, what if the market starts a bit of a correction? Are you ready? We're talking correction protection, that means shorts, short etfs that you can buy and the volatility index.

--And as GDP comes out, we're talking about the correlation between rising jobs and rising production. The Street Poll asks if you think online jobsites like Monster and CareerBuilder are good places to look for a new job? Do you know anyone who has ever been hired after applying through an online jobsite? Share your opinion, and watch the show at 9am.

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