Thursday, July 27, 2006

Tonight's Lineup

On CNBC's "Kudlow & Company" tonight:

A jammed-pack, all-star lineup of market guests will explore all the latest market news, including all the latest earnings announcements, as well as an energy discussion.

Our guests include: John Kilduff, Fimat USA energy analyst; Ryan Beck CIO, Joe Battipaglia; John Rutledge of Rutledge Capital; Dr. Bob Froehlich, chief investment strategist and vice-chairman at Scudder Investments; and Wharton's resident genius, Jeremy Siegel.

The incomparable Steve Forbes will debate inflation, the latest economic numbers and midterm elections with Alan Reynolds, senior fellow with the Cato Institute.

A look into the Chicago City Council decision mandating a wage floor for big box retailers with Alderman Joseph Moore, one of the forces behind the council's decision.

A look at a potential Congressional shakeup and its impact on investors with John Harwood, CNBC's Chief Washington Correspondent and UVA's Larry Sabato, "the most quoted college professor in the land."

Tonight's Poll Question:

Should big-box retailers be forced to pay their workers more than the minimum wage?

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