Posted by Daryl Paranada
For Marketplace Morning Report, Tuesday, October 5, 2010
The price of gold hit a record high. We tell you why it keeps rising. Meanwhile, Japan cut its interest rate to near zero. Staying international, a French rogue trader was found guilty of one of the biggest trading frauds in history. In environmental news, a new report measures the environmental impact of the world’s 3,000 largest companies, and how much that impact costs investors. We also looked at geoengineering, a controversial way to cool the planet. In education news, Jill Biden is hosting the first-ever White House summit on community colleges and a new report from Sallie Mae tell us how America saves for college. Also today, we had a story about how companies are dealing with a consumer-less economy and halleluljah — a holy theme park in Orlando is having a free day. We tell you why. Here’s what we played:
- Since You’ve Been Gone (Sweet Sweet Baby) — Aretha FranklinBuy
- Do It Again — Steely DanBuy
- Cornman — KinkyBuy
- Why My Heart is Sad (Malou) — Souad MassiBuy
- Someone’s Second Kiss — RJD2Buy
- Giving Up the Ghost — DJ ShadowBuy
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