Here's what's up on Thursday's Squawk on the Street:
--Another strike. This time the British walk off the job. We'll also find out where the Greek cuts will come from. Our question: will the US Congress use Greece as a blueprint for cuts in the United States?
--Plus, on the last day of the first half of 2011, we're looking at stocks and sectors that have been real losers to see if they'll pick up steam. These include the financial sector stocks like Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Citigroup and JP Morgan.
--Then we'll look at the winners from the first half to see if they're about to drop. That includes the HMO sector ... stocks like Aetna, Cigna and United Health.
--And it's "Bond Voyage" to quantative easing, part 2. Get it? Get it? "Bond Voyage?" Find out what it means for currencies, treasuries, ETFs, housing, loans and your money. The Street Poll is a simple one: Do you think we need a new round of stimulus in the form of QE3? Share your opinion.
--Finally, we'll look at the job market in the second half of the year.
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