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What's On: Coca-Cola, 3M, UPS, Netflix and Housing

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

--Earnings will once again dominate the tape with two Dow components and 23 members of the S&P 500 reporting, including Coca-Cola, 3M and UPS. So far, 75 percent of reports have beat street estimates, above the average of the past year. But with the end of the Fed's easy money policy coming and spiking gas prices, will earnings be enough to continue the market drive higher?

--And speaking of higher gas prices, is it impacting the way you're spending? Share your opinion in today's Street Poll.

--As metals continue to surge, has the silver market gone completely nuts? Some warning signs are emerging for investors thinking about buying into silver's super spike.

--Plus, in a rare television interview, the CEO of Netflix has some choice words for all the Netflix shorts.

--And don't forget the economy's big black hole: housing. S&P Case Shiller hits the tape at 9 a.m. sharp. We'll have the numbers and reaction in the pre-market. Then an hour later, find out if rising consumer prices are taking a toll on consumer confidence.


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