Marketplace for Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Episode Description 

Got raw milk?

We've all heard the advertising slogan that milk does a body good, but followers of a new trend say milk straight from the cow is even better. Sasha Khokha explains.
Posted In: Health

Higher food prices won't always hurt

It's hard to walk into the grocery store without experiencing sticker shock. But economist and commentator Tyler Cowen says as time passes we'll get so used to the higher prices, we may even be tempted to splurge.

Credit agencies try for higher marks

Moody's, Fitch and other ratings agencies have been slammed for not spotting the risks in the subprime mortgage market. Now they're hard at work to earn back their reputations. Amy Scott reports.
Posted In: Investing

Food fears prompt FDA funding request

In the wake of the massive tomato recall, the White House is asking Congress for $275 million more to increase FDA staff and inspections in its effort to secure the food supply. John Dimsdale reports.
Posted In: Health

Global oil demand slows

The International Energy Agency says global demand for oil is slowing. What will that mean for prices? Dan Grech reports.
Posted In: Economy

Keeping above the subprime mess

Banks have made bad decisions and lost billions in the credit crunch. Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf talks about how his bank has been riding out the subprime storm.

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