Marketplace AM for April 11, 2006
Apr 11, 2006

Marketplace AM for April 11, 2006

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Summer gasoline prices expected to rise

Apr 11, 2006
The Department of Energy releases its outlook for summer gasoline prices today, and motorists had better prepare for some bad news. Jeff Tyler reports.

Prodi appears to be likely winner in Italy

Apr 11, 2006
If Italian opposition candidate Romano Prodi is able to pull out a victory over incumbent Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, he'll have a difficult time getting the country's economy back on track. Megan Williams reports.

Pakistan seeks to grow IT

Apr 11, 2006
When you think of fast growing Asian economies, China and India probably come to mind. But what about Pakistan? Miranda Kennedy reports on efforts to turn that country's largest city into an IT powerhouse that would rival India's Bangalore.

Skilling's ready and willing

Apr 11, 2006
Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling is expected back on the witness stand today where he'll continue to protest his innocence. But prosecutors are already incorporating his testimony into their cross-examination. Bob Moon reports.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC