Playlist: Currency, private jobs
Posted by Daryl Paranada
For Marketplace Morning Report, Wednesday, October 6, 2010
U.S. companies cut more private jobs in September and there’s a growing concern about currency. We take a look at why the IMF says the world’s financial system is still a worry and dive into the world of politics, where we look at fiscal responsibility. In retail news, there are signs of a tiny pick up, and Microsoft has opened its fifth store at the Mall of America — across from Apple. Domestically, a new report finds that the latest recession did more harm to city budgets than any other downturn in the last 25 years. And cities turning to states for help may be out of luck. In the Northeast, a rail tunnel between New York. Oh, and the Red Sox owner now owns a football team, Liverpool. Here’s what we played:
- In Mind — Do Say Make ThinkBuy
- Breath Control — Motor City Drum EnsembleBuy
- Think — Curtis MayfieldBuy
- Mystic Voyage — Roy AyersBuy
- Be Easy — Sharon Jones & The Dap-KingsBuy
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