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What's On: the Latest Earnings, Politics and Gas Prices

On Tuesday's "Squawk on the Street," we'll bring you quarterly numbers from Pfizer , Six Flags Entertainment and Mastercard. All three earnings should give us good insight into the state of the U.S. economy.

Speaking of earnings, Archer Daniels Midland is scheduled to report its results on Tuesday. We'll have them for you, as well.

Meanwhile, former Republican Senator Judd Gregg of New Hampshire and former Democratic Governor Ed Rendell of Pennsylvania will appear on the program. They plan to talk about an interesting idea—what would happen if Washington worked? What would happen if Democrats, Republicans and Independents efficiently worked together to pass fair and reasonable legislation? Find out by tuning in.

Then the big tipping point: gasoline prices. At what point will you change your driving and spending behavior? Let us know by voting now!


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