Monday, July 17, 2006

Tonight's Lineup

On CNBC’s “Kudlow & Company” tonight:

Our market panel will discuss the market impact amidst the Middle East crisis. Our guests include: Trust Company of the West’s CIO Stefan Abrams; Barry Hyman, senior market analyst at EKN Financial; and Quentin Hardy, Silicon Valley Bureau Chief for Forbes magazine.

CNBC’s Fred Francis - live from Gaza City - will deliver the latest on the Middle East.

We’ll take a look at defense industry stocks. CNBC’s Jane Wells will bring us an update along with additional perspective from Patrick McCarthy, defense analyst at Friedman, Billings, Ramsey & Co. and Chris Donaghey, Aerospace & Defense analyst at SunTrust Robinson Humphrey.

An economic debate between Brian Wesbury, Chief Economist for First Trust Advisors and and Joe LaVorgna, Chief US Fixed Income Economist at Deutsche Bank.

Also, Frank Newport from Gallup Polls will set the record straight on our own "Sunday Unspun" segment. Frank will take a look at various incorrect poll statements issued by various politicians, and provide what the polls are really saying.

Tonight's Poll Question:

What's impacting the markets the most this week?

Middle East crisis? Ben Bernanke? Tech earnings?

Cast your vote at