Kudlow’s Money Politics

Tuesday Night Lineup

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

THE DOLLAR, GOLD & OIL: WHAT’S GOING ON? …Our market panel will debate what’s behind the surge in oil and gold prices, as well as the dollar’s decline.

On board:

*Dan Yergin, chairman of Cambridge Energy Research Associates

*John Brown, editor of moneynews.com

*Craig Russell, chief market strategist at Ikon Global Markets

*Jerry Bowyer, chief economist at Benchmark Financial Network/NRO contributor

THE STOCK MARKET…Noah Blackstein, portfolio manager at Dynamic Mutual Funds will offer his take on all the latest stock market news and developments. He will be joined by the market panel.

SPENDING, BUDGET & MORE…A one-on-one interview with Al Hubbard, Director of the National Economic Council and Assistant to the President for Economic Policy.

The Economic Policy Institute’s Jared Bernstein will weigh in with a response along with Jimmy Pethokoukis, senior writer at U.S. News & World Report.

YOUR MONEY, YOUR VOTE…An interview with Democratic presidential candidate Gov. Bill Richardson.

KEEPING AMERICA GREAT…Messrs. Pethokoukis and Bernstein will debate all the latest political news and developments.

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

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