Nov 6, 2009

Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, November 6, 2009

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Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, November 6, 2009

Segments From this episode

Unemployment rate highest since 1983

Nov 6, 2009
October unemployment hit 10.2%, and 190,000 jobs were cut according to the latest Labor Department report. Mitchell Hartman reports.

Health bill has some extra goodies

Nov 6, 2009
The House may soon vote on its version of a health-care overhaul. But these reform plans aren't just about health care. Joel Rose explains.

Home sales are soaring in Canada, eh?

Nov 6, 2009
The real-estate market in the U.S. may be in the pits, but north of the border it's a different story. Anita Elash reports.

G-20 frets over danger of asset bubbles

Nov 6, 2009
Finance ministers from the Group of 20 nations are meeting in Scotland to review the state of the global economy. Stephen Beard reports they're worried about a threat from an old enemy.

Guarantees put taxpayer money at risk

Nov 6, 2009
A Congressional Oversight Panel report says the U.S. government gambled with taxpayer money to guarantee risky bank assets. The panel's chair, Elizabeth Warren, talks the details with Bill Radke.

Who wins in the rush for natural gas?

Nov 6, 2009
The International Energy Agency will release its World Energy Outlook, and a rush of natural gas is on the agenda. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC