Marketplace Money for October 11-12, 2008
An early lesson from the meltdown: Wall Street isn't the safest place to save. Economics editor Chris Farrell sets the story straight on rethinking the way we save for retirement.
The children of Baby Boomers tend to have low expectations when it comes to government help As part of our series "Interested Parties," Marketplace's Nancy Marshall Genzer asks Boomer kids what they're looking for in this election.
On this week's "A Day in the Work Life," we meet Debbie Marquez, a Democratic superdelegate from Colorado.
Host Scott Jagow talks with experts about the bailout, then asks economist Chris Thornberg how all the rescue efforts might affect the housing market.
Marketplace's Tess Vigeland wraps up her "Road to Ruin?" trip in St. Louis, where she sits in with a group of high school students as they learn about the economic crisis.
Marketplace's Tess Vigeland and Amy Scott have been traveling across the country getting reactions to the financial crisis. Together in St. Louis, they share what they found with host Scott Jagow.