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What's On: Housing, Tech Mergers and Laszlo Birinyi

Sally Shin|Producer
Wednesday, 16 Feb 2011 | 8:22 AM ET

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

--Your house. What's it worth? Is it going to be worth more or less in three months from now? Plus, the other side of the real estate equation — commercial real estate. We're contrasting and comparing. On our list of stocks to watch, CoStar, the stock's up more than 50 percent in the last year.

--We're also looking at a huge energy company that doesn't get a lot of attention. It's based in Colombia — Ecopetrol, and the CEO's on the big show. The stock is up 61 percent in the last year.

--Then, one analyst says in order for companies to compete with Apple there will be more tech mergers ahead. So, who will be the next tech leaders in 2011?

Find out if stocks like Juniper or Netapp make the cut. Plus, the stocks behind the internet and broadband networks of the future, stocks like Cisco and CenturyLink.

--The big get of the day is Laszlo Birinyi, making a big bullish call on the market saying the S&P 500 could hit 2,854 by Sept. 4, 2013. What do you think? Share your opinion, and watch Squawk on the Street, 9am ET on the dot.

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