Posted by Katharine Crnko
For Marketplace Morning Report, Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Today hot topic was gold, which reached a record high, priced at $1412.75 per ounce.
Marketplace Morning Report discussed what this means for the value of precious minerals, how this is a reaction to Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke’s decision last week, and what it means for the global currency war.
We all know that the Dalai Lama has a profound spiritual impact on many people, but a recent study proves he could have an economic impact as well.
In our continuing series, Welcome to New York, Jeremy Hobson interviewed award-winning restaurateur and chef Daniel Boulud about his favorite food spots and why people shouldn’t give up on the idea of fine dining even during a recession.
Some of Europe’s biggest airlines could be hit with fines today totaling more than a billion dollars, over price fixing for air cargo.
Houston, Tex., is usually better known as a capital of Big Oil. But things may be changing. Wendy Siegle reports on the city’s efforts to become a leader in the electric car race.
While most managed stock market funds have stayed level since the financial meltdown, one kind of investing has been on the rise: socially responsible investing. It’s become a trustworthy approach for investors still scared to take a financial risk.
And finally — Tony Hayward, former Chief Executive of BP, has been speaking to the BBC about the details of BP’s actions during the Gulf oil spill.
Here are the songs we played:
- Candyman (Featuring Frank Black) — DJ CAM Buy
- 1991 — Crystal Castles Buy
- What You Know (Explicit Album Version) — T.I. Buy
- Too High To Move — Silent Village
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