Monday's TV Talkers - TheStreet

CNBC Guests

All times EST

6:10 a.m. Bill Wolman, Chief Economist,

CNBC

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economist looks at what's up for the week.

6:50 a.m. Rich Petillo,

AT&T

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7:10 a.m. Brian Finnerty,

Unterberg Harris

8:10 a.m. David Malpass,

Bear Stearns

The chief international economist for Bear Stearns, Malpass told the

L.A. Times

in December that he viewed the sharp rise in inflation in December in Mexico as positive for the inflation outlook for that country in 1997, saying "Mexico may be trying to let some of the remaining pent-up inflation through the system in 1996."

8:20 a.m. John Manley,

Smith Barney

Director of quantitative analysis at Smith Barney recently observed that bond investors have been reacting more violently to signs of inflation and excessive growth over the last several years, according to

The Wall Street Journal

.

9:10 a.m. David Saperstein, Chairman & CEO,

Metro Networks

9:40 a.m. Thomas Parrington, CEO,

Interstate Hotels

10:20 a.m. Neil George,

Mark Twain Bancshares

11:20 a.m. Barbara Weltman,

J.K. Lasser's Small Business Tax Deductions

11:30 a.m. Scott Black,

Delphi Management

The subject of a recent profile in

The Street

, Black has a really nice art collection.

1:10 p.m. Arthur Bochner,

Whiz Kid

1:20 p.m. David Carnoy,

Success Magazine

1:40 p.m. Caroline Hirsch

5:40 p.m. Paul Rabbitt,

Oppenheimer

This quantitative analyst at the end of January suggested it was time for some profit taking. He said February was likely to be a consolidation/correction month, according to a summary of his report printed in

Barron's

. For many sectors of the market, Rabbitt was right on.