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What's On: Earnings Central, Dividend Hikes and Citi's Stock Split

What better way to start the week than with some chicken and soda? That's just what we're talking about on Monday's "Squawk on the Street," starting at 9 a.m. ET.

Tyson Foods reports numbers Monday morning. The stock has been soaring lately, recently hitting its 52-week high. Will the numbers help continue Tyson’s climb or will the stock get roasted?

Then we'll tackle the soda battle. Two analysts make their case: one for Pepsico , the other for Coca-Cola . Which company will bubble and which will be flat?

Pepsi joins a handful of companies — Whole Foods, CSX and Cardinal Health — that raised dividends this month. We’ll give you the next line of stocks that could be raising dividends in the weeks ahead.

Meanwhile, the commodity bubble burst last week, at least partly. See what could be next to get hit.

Finally, we'll look at Citigroup’s 1-for-10 reverse stock split. We’ll follow the stock at the open, along with all the other financials like JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.


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