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What's On: Debt Ceiling, Lots of Earnings and News Corp

Jason Gewirtz|Senior Producer
Wednesday, 27 Jul 2011 | 3:31 PM ET

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

--Another day full of debt-ceiling talk and corporate results. You can count on us to give you the latest headlines from Washington and details on how it'll impact the broader financial markets and your money.

--On the corporate front: ExxonMobil reports, as does DuPont, Bristol-Myers Squibb and Kellogg. Will they be part of a nutritious and balanced portfolio? (Sorry, couldn't resist.) Then we'll have numbers from Barrick Gold and we'll get ahead of Starbucks report which comes out after the bell.

--And, with only five full days to go before the Aug. 2 debt ceiling deadline, we want to know who you blame most for the fact we still don't have a deal? Share your opinion.

--We're also expecting what could be big news for James Murdoch in the big voicemail hacking scandal. How will News Corp react now?.

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