Here's what's up on Thursday's Squawk on the Street:
--Jobless claims. This number has really moved the markets over the last several months. We'll watch it like a hawk and bring you instant trading reaction.
--It's Thursday to you so that means Thrifty Thursday for us. We'll be looking at value picks from two of our market watchers. On the list Citigroup, Apple and Peabody Energy.
--Mad Money's Jim Cramer likes to say "there's always a bull market somewhere." Thursday we'll help you find it. We have a sector and stock expert from the S&P who'll help us go through the numbers to see what could be hot and what won't be hot.
--We'll watch the currency market closely as Chinese leaders come to Europe looking for opportunities. What's it mean for the dollar index and the Euro ETF? We'll find out.
--Plus, why big energy thinks it can cut the deficit.
--And the Street Poll: It looks like the NFL players and owners are at least talking. But whom do you blame more for the off-season problems, the players or the owners? Share your opinion, and join us at 9 a.m. ET.
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