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What's On: G8, Summer Shorts and Goldman's Call

Jason Gewirtz|Senior Producer
Friday, 27 May 2011 | 7:48 AM ET

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

--G8 leaders make their move, spreading money throughout the world. From the Middle East to the European nations in need of cold hard cash, see who's getting what and see what it'll cost you.

--As we head into the summer, we're focusing on shorts. Not the stuff you wear, the stuff that can make you money. See if going long is wrong. We have the CEO of Snyder's, the pretzel and potato chip people. And we're looking at movie theater stocks ahead of the summer movie season, stocks like IMax, Regal and Cinemark.

--And after yesterday's big call by Goldman Sachs that they now believe the S&P will only get to 1450 by year's end, we're taking a look to see if Wall Street is just too optimistic.

--Wait until you see what Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's eating these days, and how he's getting it. Here's a hint: he's killing his own food. We'll discuss why.

--The Street Poll asks if you think CEOs get too much credit and too much blame for stock prices. This after Greenlight Capital's David Einhorn says he loves Microsoft stock but he wants CEO Steve Ballmer to go. Share your opinion.

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