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Next week, Fed Chair Ben Bernanke will do something no Fed chief has ever done before: at the end of the Fed's policy meeting, he'll stand before the press and answer questions.
Small business owners across the country are trying to figure out their best financial options in how to provide their employees with health insurance, come the health care reform mandates in 2014.
St. Louis' Lambert Airport has partially resumed flights after a powerful tornado ripped off part of the roof and shattered hundreds of windows in the main terminal.
The wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton was expected to inject a much needed boost into the British economy. But now, many fear that back-to-back holidays will decrease productivity and hurt Britain's GDP.
The Federal Reserve is expected to signal an end to it's post-crisis easy money policies. New York bureau chief Heidi Moore explains how this could impact the economy.
According to a report from the International Monetary Fund, China will overtake the United States as the world's largest economy in five years. Brett Arends, columnist with Marketwatch, explains how the IMF is measuring the economies, and what this means for global economics.
Julia Coronado, chief economist with BNP Paribas, explains what's expected out of the Federal Reserve's two-day meeting, and what the future is for the Fed's stimulus efforts.
Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, April 25, 2011