Each week on Marketplace Money, host Tess Vigeland looks at the week's major national and international stories that will impact the average listener's wallet.
There's a new kind of video everyone is watching: Hauls. Tess Vigeland explains.
Twenty years ago East Germans, who lived in a communist system for decades, found themselves suddenly confronted by capitalism. What has the transition been like since then? Amy Scott reports.
Despite Wall Street's role in the collapse of the economy, students at a New York City high school say they are still focused on pursuing careers in finance. Youth Radio's Rachel Krantz reports.
Marketplace Economics Editor Chris Farrell joins Tess Vigeland to answer questions about saving in euros for an overseas trip, and putting money away for an entire summer in Alaska's national parks.
Robert Spector, author of "The Mom & Pop Store," talks with Tess Vigeland about why that small store down the street is doing pretty well in this recession.
Listeners chime in on everything from the new credit card rules, to Tess Vigeland singing in tune.