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What's On: JPMorgan's 'Guide to the Markets' and the Credit Card Trade

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

--JP Morgan's "Guide to the Markets." See why this report could be so important to the future of your investments. Plus, we're putting soda stocks up against the beer stocks. On our list, stocks like Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Anheuser Busch InBev. See which side of the drink trade can quench your thirst for profits.

--Also Wednesday, the credit card trade. Mastercard, Visa and American Express are all up significantly in the last month. See which will lead the charge from here.

--We're also talking about a new way to play the cloud trade. If you're invested in companies like BMC Software, Microsoft or CA Technologies we have a new way for you to look at the sector.

--Plus, the worst-case scenario on the Aug. 2 debt ceiling deadline. What happens if we get therevwithout a deal? We'll explain why you need to be on guard.

--The Street Poll asks if you're making investment decisions based on the approaching deadline or is it simply not on your radar? Share your opinion.


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