Here's what's up on Thursday's Squawk on the Street:
--We've lined up some up the best and the brightest to help investors make sense of this volatile and fast-moving market.
--We're talking about the banks, both U.S. and global, which are getting beaten and bruised as investors trade on fear. Will the selling continue or is it overdone? We have the U.S. and European banking systems covered. We'll talk to former FDIC Chairman Bill Isaac who knows the banking system better than just about anyone.
- Former Chief Economist at the IMF Raghuram Rajan will talk about the flight to safety and how to kickstart growth in industrial countries.
--Plus, the one investment that has been working — gold. Prices plowing through $1800 an ounce. The CEO of NovaGold will be along to tell us just how high he sees prices going. That's also today's Street Poll. Share your opinion.
--And Richard Bernstein of Richard Bernstein Advisors will tell us how much longer the volatility will last, if we're near a bottom and where he's telling clients to put their money.
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