Stocks turn overseas open up positive in reaction to President Bush's Iraq speech. Should the likelihood of a U.S. strike against Saddam Hussein become more remote, will the markets get even stronger?
We'll also get reaction to President Bush's speech on Iraq and insight into the continuing violence in the Middle East from Nasser Al Kidwa, PLO representative to the United Nations. Is the U.S. steering a right course on terror? Or is missing some clear objectives?
• House Republicans are pushing bills to benefit small investors. We'll talk about the issue with congressmen from both sides of the aisle.
• David Ellwoord, director of the Aspen Institute and an economist at Harvard University, is warning Americans of an impending work crisis — as revealed by a new study which says we'll go from 27 million new workers to zero in the next 20 years.
• Former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt will join us to talk about corporate corruption and his new book Take on the Street.
We'll have those stories and more!
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