Here's what's up on Wednesday's Squawk on the Street:
--Another key number on inflation. The markets will react, we'll hear from traders on the floor to find out what they're doing with their money. We'll also start to get a look at the second half of the year... up, down... or flat?
--It is Widely Held Wednesday on the big show. We'll be looking at big cap stocks like Citigroup, Bank of America, JP Morgan, Caterpillar, Apple and Microsoft.
--Then American real estate... open to everyone. See which countries are buying the most.
--Pandora Media will start trading at the NYSE. The company is yet to make a dime. In fact some estimates say its lost $90 million dollars since launching in the year 2000. That brings us to the Street Poll. Would you buy stock in a company that hasn't made any money? Share your opinion.
--And a special look at the homebuilder stocks, stocks like Pulte, Lennar and KB Homes.
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