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U.S. cities brace for another season of violent storms. As businesses prepare for the worst, could consumers be baring the brunt? We have the financial impact.
Plus, with the looming threat of Hurricane Dennis, will we see oil prices spike even higher? Stephen Leeb, president of Leeb Capital Management, weighs in.
Is Wall Street watching inflation worries? We'll take the market's temperature with Brian Wesbury, chief strategist and investment committee chair at Claymore Advisors; Chris Lahiji, president of DailyTrends.com, and Vince Boberski, managing director and chief income strategist at RBC Dain Rauscher.
Paris is out. London is in. What does it take to win an Olympic bid? We'll ask Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who spearheaded the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.
Plus, is David Lee Roth (search) the next Howard Stern? Celebrity journalist Chaunce Hayden, editor of Steppin' Out magazine, explains how the former Van Halen lead singer could replace the "King of All Media."
And, would you pay over $1 million for a mobile home? Charley Chartoff thinks his home is worth it!
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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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