Segments From this episode
The New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq relaxed some of their rules when the financial crisis hit. But those old rules are back, which is making some companies nervous. Jill Barshay reports.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will soon embark on a tour of Africa, where investment and government corruption will be some of the themes on her trip. John Dimsdale reports.
The Cash for Clunkers program gives rebates to people who trade in their gas guzzlers for more fuel-efficient cars, but did it help raise automakers' July sales? Jeremy Hobson talks with Bill Radke how much impact the program had.
Cuban President Raul Castro has announced that it will cut spending on education and health care to revive its faltering economy. Dan Grech reports on why the island's economy is hurting.
Mesirow Financial's chief economist Diane Swonk talks with Bill Radke about how big of a deal it is that the S&P 500 Index crossed the 1000 mark for the first time since the fall of 2008.
Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, August 3, 2009