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Wall Street worries have stocks slipping. But, will Alan Greenspan's (search) statement before the Senate shake up the sluggish markets?
Plus, forget candidate Kerry and President Bush. In this election year, should we be more concerned about Fed head Alan Greenspan? We’ll ask Steve Forbes, editor in chief of Forbes magazine.
As the Dow inches closer to the 10,000 mark, should investors panic if we dip below the psychological number? We’ll take the market’s temperature with Tobias Levkovich, chief U.S. equity strategist at Smith Barney; Kevin Caron, market strategist at Ryan Beck and Company, and Robert Maltbie, portfolio manager at Millennium Asset Management.
Convention protestors get a big victory in the Big Apple after a New York City judge rules that police can't search demonstrators’ bags unless there is reason to believe the person with that bag poses a specific threat to the public. Is this a huge win for civil liberties, or a security loophole waiting to be exploited? We’ll ask James O'Dea, civil liberties attorney in Washington.
Plus, we’ll talk earnings and expectations with Leonard Roberts, chairman and CEO of Radioshack.
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