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What's On: Genworth Financial, Dean Foods, the Laid Off and Blankfein

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

--We're two days from the anniversary of the bottom two years ago. We're talking about the stocks that have outperformed — stocks like Genworth Financial up a stunning 1,325 percent, Caterpillar up 104 percent and Wynn Resorts up 739 percent.

--Plus the big losers, stocks like Dean Foods down 47 percent and Apollo Group down 31 percent. See what your best best could be in the two years ahead.

--Also on Squawk on the Street, Cisco versus its smaller rivals. They're really beating up on Cisco. On our list, JDS Uniphase, Juniper and Cienna. Should they be on your list too? Steve Liesman will be speaking live with Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President and CEO Charles Evans. Wall Street will be watching closely, you might give yourself a leg up in investing if you watch too.

--Plus, have Americans forgotten the lessons learned during the credit crisis? There are signs the answer is yes. And we found a company telling anyone who's been laid-off, you need not apply. To be honest, we think it's terrible. So we'll find out more about it. In the meantime we want you to weigh in. Share your opinion.

--Then we'll go inside the Raj Rajaratnam trial a day before jury selection. Will Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein be forced to testify? Will Rajarantam tell prosecutors more about what he knows? A former SEC Enforcement attorney will be with us. It's going to be a busy Monday morning, we hope you'll be watching Squawk on the Street live from the New York Stock Exchange starting at 9am eastern.

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