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Women in "the pit"

Oct 26, 2005
In the commodities markets, less than 2 percent of the brokers at the New York Board of Trade are women. But the spitting and hollering may not last forever. Amy Scott reports.
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John Edwards heads to Wall Street

Oct 26, 2005
The former vice presidential candidate says he'll be an advisor to a private equity group here. Writer and commentator Amity Shlaes says the move makes sense — for Edwards, and a whole lot of other people, too.
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Breaking in on Wall Street

Oct 25, 2005
This summer a new crop of female MBAs and college graduates entered the securities workforce. What makes them want to join a profession with such a bad reputation for workplace equality? Amy Scott reports.
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Earnings report card

Oct 24, 2005
The earnings season is more than half way through, but already the lessons of the third quarter are clear. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
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The Week on Wall Street

Oct 21, 2005
Wall Street analyst David Johnson talks to Kai about some strange doings on the stock market this week, and about classes on Saturdays.
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Another bigwig China visit

Oct 19, 2005
SEC head Christopher Cox is in China, where he has called on the nation's communist leaders to broaden "shareholder democracy." Jocelyn Ford reports.
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Refco unwinds

Oct 14, 2005
Just days after its CEO was charged with fraud, futures brokerage Refco said this morning it will be unwinding its clients holdings. That's Wall Street talk for practically going out of business. Amy Scott reports.
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The week on Wall Street

Oct 14, 2005
David Johnson talks to host Kai Ryssdal about the markets' tough week, billionaire investing, and Paris Hilton.
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Refco in trouble

Oct 14, 2005
After going public just two months ago, the futures trading giant has shut down one of its units due to a cash shortage. And that's not all. Marketplace's Stacey Vanek Smith reports.
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NASDAQ dip

Oct 13, 2005
The tech-heavy NASDAQ dropped 23 points Wednesday for its lowest close in nearly five months. Stacey Vanek Smith reports.
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