MATHISEN: And joining us now to talk more about today`s market activity and whatmay be ahead is Bob Doll, chief equity strategist at Nuveen Asset Management.Bob, good evening. Good to have you with us.So, my question for you to kick it off is, did Bernanke really say anything yesterday thatwas all that different from what he`s been saying for weeks. And if he didn`t, what sparked therally?BOB DOLL, NUVEEN ASSET MANAGEMENT CHIEF EQUITY STRATEGIST:Yes, not a whole lot different, Tyler. I think the emphasis and maybe our listening andinterpretation was a little bit different. I think the world largely felt when he made his speech acouple weeks ago that he was signaling that we`re going to start going the other direction. Andin fact, he was but he kept saying "if the economy is strong enough", and I think last night, hesaid the economy clearly isn`t quite strong enough, so we`re there with the guns to help.GHARIB: So, Bob, who should investors be really listening to? Fed Chairman Bernankeor all of the CEOs that are parading out, talking about the outlook for their businesses and their earnings over the next couple months? Which is more important, the Fed or earnings?DOLL: It`s great question, Susie. I think we`re in a transition.That is to say the Feds almost finished its work. That is the P/E or evaluation improving in thestock market has been a wonderful thing.Pretty soon, it`s going to depend on earnings.And corporate CEOs are delivering mixed messages. On the whole, positive but not allof them and not big magnitude. So, we have to watch the next releases quickly, which will befast and furious over the next few weeks.