FOMC`s policy depends on the progress we make towards our objectives, andthis means that policy, including the pace of asset purchases, depends onthe economic outlook, not on the calendar.GHARIB: Well, investors were reassured by those comments from Dudley,and in reaction to some upbeat economic reports today. The government saidconsumers earned more and spent more in May, and first time jobless claimsfell by 9,000 over the past week.The Dow jumped 114 points, closing above the psychologically important15,000 level. The NASDAQ added 20, the S&P rose by almost 10 points.MATHISEN: Well, Susie, for more than a month, the market hasvacillated. And that`s putting it mildly, shifting sometimes day by dayfrom big gain to big drop and back again. More confounding some days, likeyesterday, the market`s rise is traced to weak economic data that mightstay the Fed`s tightening hand. Other days like today market gains arechalked up to good economic numbers, so go figure.So tonight that`s what we`re going to do. We`ve invited two of WallStreet`s best to help us and help you go figure. We`ll call it the "gofigure summit." Richard Madigan is chief investment officer of JPMorgan`sPrivate Bank; and Ed Yardeni, president of Yardeni Research, has probablymade more smart calls on the economy and the market over the years than just about anybody.