What's On: Japan, Energy CEOs and Dendreon
Here's what's up on Monday's Squawk on the Street:
--Our coverage of the disaster in Japan continues. We're talking about how Japan will recover and rebuild. On the business side, this may have an impact on imports from Japan to the United States. We're following that part of the story as we explore the possible affect on companies like Toyota and Honda.
--We also have two key energy CEOs on the big show — both from the great city of Calgary, Alberta, home of the Flames and home of the Stampeders of the Canadian Football League, eh. Tom Marino is the CEO of Enerplus, Gordon Kerr is the CEO of Baytex. See where they stand on oil above $100 a barrel. Plus the CEO of cancer fighter Dendreon. This company has a lot in the works right now.
--Our Street Poll asks if, in light of the nuclear reactor issues in Japan stemming from the earthquake and tsunami, should the United States build more nuclear power plants? Share your opinion, and watch the big show Monday morning at 9am ET, live from the New York Stock Exchange.