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What's On: Japan, Libya and Today's Best Market Plays

Jason Gewirtz|Senior Producer
Monday, 21 Mar 2011 | 8:44 AM ET

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

--Late word on what's happening with the Japanese nuclear situation. We will also be talking about all the stocks and sectors impacted by the crisis in Japan and in the Middle East.

--We're talking about a very interesting stock, Leucadia National. They don't talk to the media. Only one or two analysts follow the company. But it has a market cap of $8.5 billion dollars and it is trading at a 52-week high. And wait until you see their website. Whatever, they're clearly doing something right. Should you get in?

--Then the dividend plays. A lot of banks hiking Friday, stocks like JP Morgan, BB&T and Wells Fargo. Cisco doing the same. Who'll make the next move? Plus Citigroup's chief economist is on the big show, there's a lot for him to talk about. See how he's changing his models these days.

--And are you better off trading this market or buying and holding? The Street Poll asks what you're doing? Trading, staying away or investing? Share your opinion.

--Plus Boeing's(BA) next big move. We'll be live in Seattle as the 747-8 takes off. It all starts at 9am on Squawk on the Street, live from the New York Stock Exchange... profit from it.

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