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What's On: The Debt Ceiling, Netflix, Pandora and Six Flags

Jason Gewirtz|Senior Producer
Monday, 25 Jul 2011 | 7:39 AM ET

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

--A new week and the gang's all here. Carl, Melissa, Jim, Simon & David back together covering everything from Netflix to Pandora and results from Six Flags and Kimberly Clark.

--With another heavy earnings week, we're tracking the tick-by-ticks and the trades before and after the opening bell.

--In Washington, lawmakers are channeling Lionel Richie and "Dancing on the Debt Ceiling." We're on top of what our politicians are doing and how it could impact your money.

--And as Washington continues its dodge and pary over the looming debt ceiling crisis, we want to know if you think they'll come to a deal by the deadline? Share your opinion.

--Plus, we're going off the beaten path to see what pickup trucks like Ford's, and General Motors' and gun sales from manufacturers like Smith & Wesson say about the health of the economy.

--And as analysts get to initiate coverage of Pandora, can you guess which artists our anchors listen to?

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