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The Week on Wall Street

Mar 10, 2006
Kai Ryssdal speaks to Dallas stockbroker David Johnson about the week on Wall Street.
Posted In: Investing, Wall Street

Nasdaq bids for London Stock Exchange

Mar 10, 2006
NASDAQ has put in a bid to purchase the London Stock Exchange. The LSE has rejected the bid. Stephen Beard reports.
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Bonds to bands

Mar 10, 2006
Junk bond trader turned rock guitarist Pete Veru talks to host Cheryl Glaser about his transition from Wall Street to the music business.
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Of jobs and interest rates

Mar 10, 2006
The Labor Department releases its February job statistics today and economists expect them to show the economy created nearly a quarter million new jobs. But Alisa Roth tells us what's good news for job seekers might be bad news for Wall Street.
Posted In: Economy, Wall Street

Keeping curbs on Wall Street

Mar 9, 2006
Now that the New York Stock Exchange is a for-profit institution, lawmakers are worried about abuses. Amy Scott reports.
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The news from Warren Buffet

Mar 9, 2006
Host Scott Jagow and personal finance expert Chris Farrell deconstruct the Oracle of Omaha's latest annual letter to shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway holding company.
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Wall Street policing Wall Street

Mar 9, 2006
Critics and supporters of efforts to facilitate Wall Street's practice of regulating itself are expected to turn out at a Senate Banking Committee hearing today. Amy Scott reports.
Posted In: Investing, Wall Street

NYSE goes public

Mar 8, 2006
For the first time, the Big Board is operating as a profit-making enterprise that has to answer to shareholders. That may mean some big changes in the way Wall Street does business. New York Bureau Chief Bob Moon reports.
Posted In: Investing, Wall Street

Hedge fund disappearing act

Mar 8, 2006
A hearing is scheduled today into allegations that an Atlanta-based hedge fund defrauded clients who invested hundreds of millions of dollars. But the lead defendant and the money are nowhere to be found. Bob Moon has more.
Posted In: Investing, Wall Street

Take note of Treasuries

Mar 7, 2006
The yield on 10-year treasury notes has reached its highest level in almost two years. Why care? Those yields play into everything from inflation to how much you pay for your mortgage. Alisa Roth reports.
Posted In: Economy, Investing, Wall Street

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