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What's On: Citi, Sequans, Ametek and e-Voting

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

--A big morning of earnings sure to move the market up or down. Topping the list: Citigroup.

--We'll also hear from the CEO of a company that just IPO'd straight out of France, Sequans Communications. Shares have been retreating — see what le CEO has to say for himself.

--Plus shares of Ametek really soaring in the last few months. It's a stock with a great story behind it. The company went public in 1930, a year after the Great Depression began.

--Also on the big show: installment number one of the Squawk on the Street "Best of the Best" investment series. All week we'll profile top rated fund managers to see what they're buying as they share their secrets with us.

--On tax day we'll show you the countries with the highest tax rates in the world.

--And meet a man who wants to help you disappear from the Internet if you want. That means no junk email, companies can't track your spending habits and if you want to delete your history on Facebook, no problem. The same guy is also making programs that allow citizens to safely and securely vote in local and national elections in Europe. He's a modern day renaissance man.

--That brings us to the Street Poll — should Americans be able to vote in local, state and federal elections online? Share your opinion, and join us at 9 a.m. ET.

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