What's On: Mubarak Reaction, Boeing, Nordic American

Sally Shin|Producer
Monday, 14 Feb 2011 | 8:13 AM ET

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

--Some of the biggest money men in Egypt give us their first reaction to Hosni Mubarak's decision to call it quits.

--Also on, the CEO of shipping giant Nordic American Tanker reporting quarterly results. The stock has been down double digits over the last year and JPMorgan recently downgraded it. The CEO gets his chance to respond Monday morning.

--There is turbulence in the air for Boeing. Customers are demanding newer, more efficient planes and Boeing in trouble for delivering planes later than they promised. We’re on the assembly line as the workers put together the 787 Dreamliner.

--Also on the show, the CEO of Exelixis. His company's working on prostate cancer fighter, details on where that stands, and of course on the stock.

--And hey ladies ... just in time for Valentine’s Day, the shoe trade. We’ll see if Nordstrom, Steve Madden or DSW are good for your feet, your portfolio and your love life.

--The Street Poll asks if you were getting married today would insist upon a prenuptial agreement? Share your opinion and watch the big show Monday morning at 9am.

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