Earlier today, the European Commission predicted the recession in the E.U. and the Eurozone will end in the third quarter of this year. But there's still a great deal of uncertainty towards economic growth. Christopher Werth reports.
President Obama will speak on Wall Street about what his administration has done to solve the crisis so far and what else needs to be done. Alisa Roth talks to financial experts about what investors might be listening for specifically.
Not everything has changed on Wall Street since the fall of Lehman Brothers. Marketplace's Amy Scott talks to Bill Radke about how some of the big banks have changed and where it's business as usual after a dramatic economic year.
Ever since the meltdown began, the Treasury Department has been guaranteeing investments in Money Market mutual funds that were made before the crisis. The guarantee ends this week. Steve Henn explores how investors will be affected.
NBC rolls out The Jay Leno Show tonight and faces the challenge of engaging a new prime time audience. If all goes well, other networks may follow suit with their own charismatic entertainers. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Much of President Obama's effort on health care reform centers growing costs and some disproportion in who pays how much. Steve Chiotakis talks to Fortune Magazine's Allan Sloan about the current price structure.
Late Friday night, the White House imposed 35 percent tariffs on tires from China, a move Beijing is calling "grave protectionism." Will China put tariffs on American products? Steve Chiotakis talks to Scott Tong in Shanghai.