Friday, July 14, 2006

Tonight's Lineup

On CNBC’s “Kudlow & Company” tonight:

We’ll begin tonight’s show with a discussion centering on the markets and economy amidst uncertainty and global turmoil.

Our core market panel includes: Jeff Saut of Raymond James; Jeffrey Kleintop from PNC Wealth Management; Herb Greenberg from Marketwatch/CNBC; and Russ Koesterich of Barclays Global Investors.

We’ll also be joined by an economic panel to address a number of issues including retail sales, import prices, Japan's rate hike, oil, the Fed, and the overall US economic outlook. This panel includes Diane Swonk from Mesirow Financial; Lincoln Anderson of LPL Financial Services; and, Michael Mussa from the Institute for International Economics.

Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich and the WSJ’s Steve Moore will talk about Nancy Pelosi’s fiscal plan, jobs and whether to get rid of the penny.

Tonight’s Poll Question:

Should the US Treasury eliminate the penny?

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