Kudlow’s Money Politics

Thursday Night Lineup

On CNBC’s Kudlow & Company tonight:

We’re going to dig down deep into the markets, the economy and Alan Greenspan’s recessionary talk with our market pros. We’ll also discuss whether Hillary Clinton is using recent stock market troubles to further her own agenda of trade protectionism and controls.

Steve Forbes, president/CEO of Forbes and former Presidential candidate will be on board throughout the show weighing in with his perspective.

Our market mavens include CNBC ace Erin Burnett, PNC Wealth Management’s Jeff Kleintop and the bearish Doug Kass from Seabreeze Partners.

Bob McTeer, former head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, will also be on board with us.

David Sowerby from Loomis Sayles will join us for a special installment of Kudlow’s Stock Club, offering his stock picks throughout the show.

Also, Sen. Byron Dorgan will offer some insight on the latest union battles.

Please join us at CNBC, 5pm ET tonight…

Larry Kudlow — Larry Kudlow is CNBC’s senior contributor. His new book is JFK and the Reagan Revolution: A Secret History of American Prosperity, written with Brian Domitrovic.

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