Here's what's up on Monday's Squawk on the Street:
--What happens to Greece, Italy, Ireland, Portugal and Spain if Domique Strauss-Kahn is unavailable to help for the next few years — say between 12 to 15? We'll have the very latest on the sexual assault case involving the head of the International Monetary Fund.
--Bond king Bill Gross of PIMCO will give us his two cents on US and overseas bonds.
--Jim Cramer's on the big show. He's talking retail and he's talking biotech ahead of the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting, less than three weeks from now.
On retail, the Mad Money Man's watching Lowe's and JC Penney which both report Monday morning. Wal-Mart and Home Depot report later in the week.
On the bio-tech side, Cramer's watching Exelixis, Incyte, Nektar and Neoprobe. Stocks in this sector will likely move as we get closer to the conference.
--We're watching the flooding in Louisiana and along the Mississippi River. We'll have live reports throughout the morning.
--Plus, the CEOs of two miners. First Majestic Silver's stock has been on a tear, and they report quarterly results. Then we also have Newmont Mining's CEO. Their stock's been torn up.
And Dominque Strauss-Kahn, head of the International Monetary Fund is being charged with sexually attacking a maid at his New York hotel. For years many in the U.S. have questioned the need for the IMF. Do you think the world needs the International Monetary Fund? Share your opinion, and watch Squawk on the Street starting at 9 a.m. ET.
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