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More families turning to food banks

Tess Vigeland | Jul 25, 2008
Host Tess Vigeland introduces us to Elaine, just one of the many people pushed from financial security to barely getting by by tough economic times.
Posted In: Food
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Estate planning: Your questions

Tess Vigeland | Jul 25, 2008
Kiplinger's John Ventura joins host Tess Vigeland a final time in our series about planning for the end. This week: John answers your questions about estate planning.
Posted In: Retirement
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Policies pose as pro-market

| Jul 23, 2008
Is it more important for a program to be market-oriented or just to appear that way? Commentator David Frum argues that recent proposals in Washington have been heavy on appearance and lacking on true market appeal.
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Summer School: Naked short selling

Amy Scott | Jul 25, 2008
We're taking you back to the basics with our summer refresher course on finance terms. Today, we expose ourselves to naked short selling.
Posted In: Wall Street
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What's dragging down Asian markets?

Scott Tong and Scott Jagow | Jul 3, 2008
Energy prices are one of the major factors dragging down the Asian market. Scott Jagow talks to Scott Tong in Shanghai about Japanese and Chinese stocks and why China's market is down 60 percent from last year.
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Week on Wall Street

Kai Ryssdal | Jul 25, 2008
Stockbroker and business analyst David Johnson chats with host Bob Moon about what happened on Wall Street this week and what may lie ahead.
Posted In: Wall Street
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Making safe deposits at your bank

Mitchell Hartman | Jul 25, 2008
Big losses at banks across the country have depositors nervous. How can you make sure that your bank is secure? Mitchell Hartman reports.
Posted In: Economy, Savings
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Prepay Credit Card?

Chris Farrell | Jul 25, 2008
Question: Is there such a thing as receiving interest for pre-paying a credit card? In other words, I could send in (say) $500 to my credit card...
Posted In: Credit Cards
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Afghanistan's bumpy road to recovery

Gregory Warner | Jul 9, 2008
One of the biggest reasons Afghanistan's revival can't get traction is the poor roads that make getting from place to place a struggle. Greg Warner reports.
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NYC taxis seek ways to offset oil prices

| Jul 25, 2008
New York City cabbies want to tack a dollar onto every fare to offset oil prices. But Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the city's Taxi and Limousine Commission say the answer lies elsewhere. Jessica Lussenhop reports.
Posted In: Oil

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