Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, June 9, 2009

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Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Is the TARP story almost over?

Not really, says Juli Niemann from Smith, Moore and Company in St. Louis. She tells Steve Chiotakis why.

The battle of the telenovelas

Televisa and Univision are battling over who gets to distribute Televisa's popular telenovelas online. Millions in digital ad revenue could be at stake in the dispute. Dan Grech reports what each company has to lose.
Posted In: Mexico

London falling off financial throne

London was at one point the financial center of the world, but other cities are gearing up to steal the title. Stephen Beard explores why London is experiencing a loss in financial confidence.
Posted In: Wall Street

Blue jobs are the new green jobs

The Senate is meeting on the idea of divvying up the ocean for various renewable energy purposes. But some experts see better ways to tap the water beyond parceling out sections of the sea. Sam Eaton reports.
Posted In: Jobs

What works for U.S. might not for E.U.

Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner heads to Italy this week for a finance meeting, where he'll press the E.U. to put its banks to the test. But Christopher Werth reports why a standardized approach could actually hurt Europe.

Plug-in hybrids have electric appeal

Car makers are starting to roll out plug-in hybrids that rely solely on the battery and power grid. But to understand how to get the most out of an all-electric vehicle, pay attention to how they're driven. Jennifer Collins reports.
Posted In: Auto

Airbus A380 faces industry challenges

Even before last week's Air France tragedy, Airbus was struggling with nagging production delays and customers having second thoughts about jetliner purchases. Bob Moon covers what obstacles the company faces now.
Posted In: Airlines

Report: Stress tests should keep going

The Congressional Oversight Panel is out with a new TARP report today, which may mean added stress for banks. The report suggests that regulators should keep carrying out tests as long as banks hold toxic assets. Ashley Milne-Tyte has the story.
Posted In: Investing

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