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What's On: Carly Fiorina, Eric Cantor and the Jobs Report

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

--Anything can happen once the opening bell rings and we're preparing for another big market day, especially after the much anticipated July jobs report is released.

Our line-up includes Majority Leader Eric Cantor, Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, Republican Senatorial Committee Vice Chair Carly Fiorina and the man who may hold the key to getting your next job, the CEO of Linked In.

--We're also getting the trade on a number of earnings reports including Procter & Gamble, a key read on the consumer and Viacom.

--And, as the market digests the jobs data and watches the Dow lose 1,000 points since its close on July 21, we want to know what you think is the biggest threat to the recovery — the jobs crisis, debt crisis, Europe or declining confidence. Share your opinion.


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