What's On: Krispy Kreme, Campbell Soup and Rapture-Free Stocks

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

--From soup to donuts. Campbell Soup reports numbers for last quarter and so does Krispy Kreme Donuts. See how both of these stocks fared. Both have links to volatile commodity prices, we'll see where they stand and see if these are stocks you might want to try.

--A lot happening with Europe this weekend. On the big show we'll talk to Portugal's Minister of Finance.

--There are new calls from politicians including Senator Rand Paul to get rid of the 18.4 cent a gallon federal gasoline tax. It pays for the upkeep of federal highways and for new highways. This morning we want to know if you agree with the Senator. Should that federal gasoline tax be scrapped? Share your opinion.

--And thank goodness we all made it through the weekend despite predictions from certain groups the end of the world would begin with judgement day Saturday at 6PM. So we're talking about second chances for a few beaten down stocks, stocks like Cisco, Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft.

--Plus, one more note: do you think more vacation time would help you be more productive at work? We'll have one man who talks to big companies all over the world about that, including Goldman Sachs. He says more breaks lead to more money.


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