What's On: Ford, GM, Regional Banks and Christmas in June

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

Ford CEO Alan Mulally talks about the direction of his company. We're also expecting big news from General Motors. We'll have details on both stories at 9am sharp.

--We're also talking about the regional banks as stocks like JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs and Citigroup remain in a tough spot. We'll talk about stocks like Fifth Third and Regions Financial.

--Also on our agenda, FriendFinder's CEO. He'll be talking about quarterly results and about his company's new listing on the NYSE.

--We're also talking about a new plan in South Carolina to cap gasoline prices. A state senator there has proposed some new rules that aren't sitting well with the gasoline industry. That brings us to today's Street Poll: Do you think states should be able to cap gasoline prices? Share your opinion.

And finally, Christmas in June. See which retailers are gearing up for the rush now. And see if any of them are right for your portfolio.


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