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What's On: GE, BAC, Gold and The Dow's Next Move

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

--Volatility is shaking the Street. The S&P coming off its worst day since December 2008 with every stock in the benchmark ending in negative territory. The surge in the VIX indicates fear is taking over. Can you hide out in any of the big cap blue chips like General Electric, Coca-Cola, Procter & Gamble? We have a lineup to help keep your money safe.

-- And if there's one stock story to watch, it's Bank of America. The stock plummeting more than 30% in August alone. Outspoken B of A shareholder Jonathan Finger will tell us if he wants to see big changes in the C-suite.

--Gold is one of the few things investors feel good about. We're talking to the CEO of AngloGold (AU) about how high he sees prices heading.

--The Federal Reserve meets today and the Street want to know if the central bank is ready to get back in the game. We're talking to two former Treasury officials about just how weak the economy really is.

--And in today's Street Poll, we're gauging your confidence in the market. Which will we hit first, Dow 10,000 or Dow 12,000? Share your opinion.


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