Here's what's up on Friday's Squawk on the Street:
--We will hear directly from Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner on the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Mortgage rates are on the rise, and our Street Poll asks what's your breaking point when it comes to mortgage rates? Would 6 percent cause you to skip out on the home of your dreams? Share your opinion.
--Plus, details on the markets of the Middle East. Now that President Mubarak says he's sticking around what's it mean for money in that part of the world? And we'll hear from an American small business owner who ships corn and wheat seeds to Egypt and Saudi Arabia. His business has been halted and his employees have fled to Europe for safety. Is he worried about the future of his export business?
--IMAX is expanding. Find out where, and how you can capitalize on IMAX’s growing popularity. The CEO is on the big show Friday morning.
--Also on the movie front, Netflix is trading at all time highs. So many people are bullish on the stock but we found one money player who says hit the stop button and get out now. See why he's so convinced Netflix has had its day in the sun.
--Plus Expedia's CEO will discuss where he stands in the dogfight with the airlines.
--We're also following the big cap financials at the NYSE, stocks like Citigroup and Bank of America.
Watch Squawk on the Street starting at 9am on the dot.