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Defense giant Northrop Grumman (search) blames the heavy hurricanes season for trimming some of its profits. But what's the outlook ahead? We'll talk earnings and expectations with Northrop's CEO, Ron Sugar.
Oil's well that ends well for the oil companies? Why is the GOP putting the heat on big oil? We'll ask Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas, chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee.
Plus, what does oil magnate Boone Pickens think about the GOP pressure? We'll ask the chairman of B.P. Capital.
Should the government keep their nose out of Wall Street's profits? We'll get market reaction from Scott Hanson of MoneyMatters.com; Doug Sandler, chief equities strategist for Wachovia Securities; David Darst, chief investment strategist at Morgan Stanley, and David Tice, portfolio manager at The Prudent Bear Fund.
Is now the best time to buy real estate in the Sunshine State? We'll ask Peter Rummell, chairman and CEO of the St. Joe Company, Florida's largest private landowner.
Plus, if putting your money into the Everglades makes you a little squeamish, how about investing in Israel? We'll be joined by Erel Margalit, founder of Jerusalem Venture Partners.
All that and more on tonight's edition of "Your World" live from Dallas, Texas.
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