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What's On: Your Best Plays Now and a Key Small Business Report

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

--What's the right play right now? We've done some research, and we've commissioned a few Wall Streeters to weigh in as well. We're talking about stocks like Citigroup, Bank of America and Caterpillar, Dow stocks and putting them up against names like Revlon , Hercules Offshore and Delta Petroleum, stocks in the Russell 2000.

--Plus, does the Ivy League really do it better? Our Street Poll asks if you think an Ivy League education really gives people a leg up later in life? Share your opinion.

--As the employment situations gets a little better, we'll check out the office stocks like Office Depot and Staples.

--On the guest list: Senator Mark Kirk, Republican of Illinois. Plus a key report on the state of small business in the USA. Watch it all on Squawk on the Street, 9am sharp live from the NYSE.

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