Here's what's up on Thursday's Squawk on the Street:
--The weekly jobless numbers. How are we doing? Find out and see how the traders are reacting.
--We'll quiz the White House's top man on the budget about President Obama's plan for your money...Office of Management and Budget director Jack Lew is on the big show.
--Zip Car is going public. If you're not familiar with this unique car rental company you will be soon. Also going public, Arcos Dorados...the largest McDonald's franchiser in the world. The CEO is on the big show.
--Plus, some of the top 10 stocks to stay away from, brought to you by CSFB.
--And meet a man that could have made you a lot of money if you listened to him six months ago on Squawk on the Street. He liked Capital One and Mastercard. See what he likes now.
--And we're used to hearing how the International Monetary Fund is getting involved in Ireland, Portugal and Eastern Europe. Now they're so concerned about the U.S. debt they may be knocking on our door. Does the United States need the IMF to get control of the national debt? Share your opinion, and join us at 9 a.m. ET.
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