Here's what's up on Wednesday's Squawk on the Street:
--Dell's Chief Financial Officer on analyst day. See what he's saying about the future of the company and the stock.
--We also will have JP Morgan's Chief Equity Strategist on the big show. And see where Morgan Stanley Investment Management's Managing Director stands on the big picture.
--It is Widely Held Wednesday. That means we're looking into stocks like Apple , Caterpillar, General Electric, Home Depot and Microsoft.
--We're watching the austerity vote in Greece and its aftermath very closely — we'll be live on the streets of Athens once again. That brings us to the Street Poll: even beyond Greece there's clearly a lot of uncertainty about the financial stability of Europe. In the United States pessimism and fear over our debt are a big concern. Then emerging markets pose worries to their own to investors. Out of all of them, which one do you think is best for your money right now? Share your opinion.
Plus a big story vote on the breast cancer drug Avastin.
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