Now Playing: 02-09-12 Marketplace

After a year in the making, the government finally reaches a foreclosure settlement with five major banks. The Greeks, too, have reportedly settled on making austerity cuts that would also allow them to get a bailout package. The Chinese market for art is spinning out of control. Youngsters are running away from the TV sets. And Kai Ryssdal talks to Walter Mosley, author of "All I Did Was Shoot My Man," about race and class in the age of global capitalism.