Media Appearance: Kudlow & Company (9/6/07)


Larry is in Washington D.C. for the big 3 day blitz, so I’ll be on just one or two segments before going home — from 5:00pm to 5:20pm or so, on CNBC.

In addition to your humble scribe, Gary Shilling will be on, as will Michelle Girard.

A few links will cover what our discussions will include:

-Fed’s job not to bail out risk takers-Fisher (Reuters)   
-Fed’s Poole and Lockhart Decline to Endorse Interest-Rate Cut (Bloomberg) 
-Surprisingly Strong Back-to-School Sales (The Big Picture)
-Gold Tops $700 as Dollar Slumps Against Euro (Bloomberg) 
-U.S. hiring slowest in four years, ADP says (MarketWatch)   
-Record Number of Homes Entered Foreclosure in Second Quarter (WSJ)   

Incidentally, the first and the items are somewhat related . . .


Last time out, I was on Kudlow & Company with Seth Tobias of Circle T Partners. His sudden and untimely death (he was just 44) was a big shock. Our deepest sympathies go out to his family.

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