Segments From this episode
The G20 nations meet this week in South Korea. One topic of conversation is likely to be quantitative easing. It hasn't been a popular decision among members of the G20. Alisa Roth has more.
As cars get more fuel efficient, and transit becomes a better option, the amount of gasoline tax the government collects gets smaller and smaller. Cathy Duchamp has more.
The Australian airline Qantas is grounding its fleet of six airbus superjumbos for another three days. The carrier has found problems on three more engines following last week's scary engine failure on an A-380. Stephen Beard has more.
Indonesia was among the few members of the G20 to avoid recession during the global financial crisis. Now it's is getting ready to sign a Comprehensive Partnership Agreement with the U.S. But analysts are skeptical whether this agreement will bring any benefit to Indonesia.
Jeremy Hobson kicks off our bi-coastal broadcast with a Welcome to New York Week. His first interview is Bill Dudley, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Chrysler says it lost $84 million in the third quarter. But for the year overall, it's predicting an operating profit. Alisa Roth has more.
The Central Bank is going to buy up $600 billion worth of treasury bonds in order to bring down long term interest rates. World leaders are expressing their objections to the Fed's move. Julia Coronado has more.
Chrysler says it lost $84 million in the third quarter -- about half what it lost in the second quarter. The company's raising its outlook this morning saying it'll have an operating profit for the year overall. Alisa Roth reports.
The cost of crude has been up as much as six percent since the Federal Reserve's took new action to jump-start the economy. Dave Hacket has more.
Oracle's co-founder and CEO Larry Ellison is set to take the stand today in a trial where his firm is suing German company SAP for stealing software. SAP has already admitted wrongdoing, so what else is happening in this case? Steve Henn reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, November 8, 2010