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New Federal Reserve members have been vocal in their criticism of Ben Bernanke's bond-buying technique. John Dimsdale explains how new Fed members could bring a premature end to quantitative easing.
On Friday we'll get the first big employment report of the New Year from the Labor Department. It'll tell us what the unemployment rate was in December. Mitchell Hartman examines the job market.
Las Vegas is set to host one of the largest gadget tradeshows of the year -- Consumer Electronics show. This year's top trend? Beating how the Apple iPad.
The recent elections didn't have a lot of bright spots for folks who worry about global warming. As a new U.S. Congress begins work later this week, some investors in renewable energy technologies are nervous.
Obama administration economic adviser Austan Goolsbee warned Congress not to play chicken with the nation's debt ceiling, which is currently $14.3 trillion. Julia Coronado explains.
Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, January 3, 2011