Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Wednesday Night's Special Lineup

On CNBC's Kudlow & Company at 7pm ET tonight:

If things are so bad, then why are they so good?

OUR FED GURUS will discuss today's Fed decision to lower the fed funds rate to 4.50 percent.

On board:

*Wayne Angell, former Federal Reserve Governor
*Bill Heller, former Federal Reserve Governor
*John Taylor, Stanford University economics professor & former Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs

MAKING SENSE OF IT ALL...Our panel will discuss all the latest news and developments affecting the dollar, inflation, gold, oil, and more.

On board:

*David Malpass, Bear Stearns chief economist
*John Browne, editor of
*Jerry Bowyer, chief economist at Benchmark Financial Network/NRO contributor

THE STOCK MARKET...Our market panel will offer their insight on what lies ahead for investors, $700 Google shares, financials, and more.

*Michael Metz, chief investment strategist at Oppenheimer & Co.
*Don Luskin, CIO at Trend Macro
*Stefan Abrams, Bryden-Abrams Investment Management managing partner

GDP POLITICS...On to discuss how the economy will affect the candidates are the Economic Policy Institute's Jared Bernstein and "Jimmy P" Pethokoukis, senior writer at U.S. News & World Report.

Please join us at 7pm ET on CNBC for another free market edition of Kudlow & Company.