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Will the stock market drop regardless of who is elected our next president?  “Yes,” says Bill Simon, former California gubernatorial candidate, he says markets will go down five percent between Election Day (search) and the end of 2004. Tobin Smith of Changewave says, “Baloney, don't bet on Bill's take.” A bull, a bear and Cavuto too, on Friday’s “Your World.”

And, former CIA (search) director George Tenet publicly speaks out against the war in Iraq, on the heels of Ambassador Paul Bremer, who had to issues statements about comments he claims were taken out of context. More and more people are coming out speaking out against the war in Iraq. Just what's going on? 

Plus, Bill Clinton for U.N. Secretary General (search)? Don't laugh, the idea is out there and getting some credible backing. The world would probably welcome him, but would the newly elected President? We'll debate the prospects.

Also, JC Penney (search) celebrates 75 years on the NYSE, we'll talk to the CEO Allen Questrom about that, their recent stock surge, his support for the bush campaign and also holiday shopping.

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"Your World with Neil Cavuto" offers news and insight on Wall Street and other market activities, while wrapping up the business news of the day. Named "the best interviewer in broadcast business news" by The Journalist and Financial Reporter, Neil Cavuto identifies why and how events happen.

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