Today, we’re live from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange with a report you can't afford to miss -- Gas Gauging: The skyrocketing price of fuel (search).
Would it make a difference to the financial markets if President Bush won reelection in 2004? We’ll ask Terry Duffy, chairman of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
We’ll look at the human cost of the violence in the Middle East with Marc Luria, who lives less than 200 yards from Tuesday night's bombing in Jerusalem and whose friend, Dr. David Applebaum and his daughter Nava, were killed in that bombing.
How would Wall Street react if another terror attack strikes Main Street? We’ll ask Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager at Capitalist Pig Asset Management; Erik Gustafson, portfolio manager at Columbia Management Group, and Phil Flynn, vice president of Alaron trading.
For Chicago baseball fans, it's been a long time since the city's last baseball championship. And as both the Cubs and White Sox are sitting in first place in their respective divisions, residents are dreaming of an all-Chicago World Series. But what about the curse of the Billy Goat?
Advertising is riding high these days, as companies are back to spending big bucks. Is this a good indicator for the economy? We’ll ask Linda Wolf, chairman and CEO of Leo Burnett Worldwide.
Plus, fair and balanced reaction to FOX News’ exclusive coverage of Tuesday night’s Democratic debate with FOX News contributors Susan Estrich and Nancy Skinner.
And, we’ll talk earnings and expectations with Playboy CEO Christie Hefner.
It's all on a special "windy city" edition of Your World with Cavuto.
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