Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Heading Down to Washington

I’m hopping aboard a train down to Washington D.C. this morning where Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is hosting a conference on U.S. capital market competitiveness.

Top U.S business leaders including GE’s Jeffrey Immelt, Warren Buffett, Chuck Schwab and JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon have all gathered in the nation’s capital to discuss easing burdensome government regulations.

Mr. Paulson will be on-set with me on Kudlow & Company this evening.

We’re going to talk about Sarbox and other regulatory/competitive issues. We’ll also spend some time discussing China, taxes, subprime mortgage credit crunch, Iran, and the state of the U.S. economy.

It is going to be another terrific show tonight. Please join us at 5pm ET on CNBC.