The future of financial services…and some other stories on our radar:
ON THE TRAIL: Sen. Obama has an afternoon rally in Dunedin, FL. Sen. McCain is in New York City where he’ll make an appearance on "The Late Show" with David Letterman and will meet with U2 lead singer Bono. Gov. Palin will join McCain when he meets with Bono and is planning on meeting with Iraqi President Jalal Talabani and Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari as well. Sen. Biden is giving a speech on foreign policy in Cincinnati and then has a rally in Jeffersonville, IN.
RAW POLITICS: The first presidential debate is just days away and both candidates will be bringing two very different styles to the stage. Sen. Barack Obama can be eloquent but sometimes too circular in making his points. Sen. John McCain can get straight to the point but can come across as too blunt or sharp at times. Which one will be more effective on Friday night? Candy Crowley has that report.
U.S. ECONOMIC OUTLOOK HEARING: The Joint Economic Committee holds a hearing on the U.S. economic outlook. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is scheduled to testify.
FUTURE OF FINANCIAL SERVICES HEARING: The House Financial Services Committee holds a hearing entitled “The Future of Financial Services: Exploring Solutions for the Market Crisis.” Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke are scheduled to testify.
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