Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Wednesday Night Lineup

On CNBC's Kudlow & Company this evening:

MARKETS/FED/ECONOMY...CNBC's Bob Pisani will lead us off with a report from the NYSE.

We'll have a debate between Deutsche Bank's chief US economist, Joe LaVorgna, and Michael Darda, chief economist and director of research for MKM Partners.

MARKETS & COMMODITIES...Metals trader/president of Resolved Inc, David Threlkeld will join Frank Holmes, chairman of U.S. Global Investors to discuss what's ahead.

Messrs. LaVorgna and Darda will weigh in with their perspective.

"WHERE HOME PRICES ARE HOT NOW"...CNBC's Diana Olick will get us started with a special report. She will be followed with insight from our market/economic panel.

SENATE AGENDA...CNBC's John Harwood will give us an update on all the hot topics on Capitol Hill including immigration, taxes & fuel standards.

Senators John Cornyn (R-TX) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) will be aboard.

"CONSERVATIVES FOR HILLARY"?...A debate between Pat Toomey, president of the Club for Growth and Bruce Bartlett, author/former senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis.

Please be sure to join us at 5pm ET for another free market edition of CNBC's Kudlow & Company.