Posted by Mary Dooe

For Marketplace Morning Report, Wed., Oct. 26, 2011

All eyes are on Europe today as leaders meet for a summit which was intended to produce a rigid plan on how to solve the regions financial woes. That crisis could affect U.S. contractors in the coming months. There are increasing worries over the future of health care in America, but there is some bright news when it comes to . Paddy Hirsch explains what is so bad about exposure, and Nokia tries to become a major player in the smart phone market.

And here are the songs we played today:

  • Cannibal Courtship - Dengue FeverBuy
  • My Drive Thru - Julian Casablancas, Santogold, & Pharrell Williams
  • Off Our Backs - MENBuy
  • Blinking Lights (For You) - EelsBuy
  • Late Shift - The Hard To GetBuy

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