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Over the weekend, French President Nicholas Sarkozy and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed to craft a plan to save Europe's banks.
The work of professors Christopher Sims and Thomas Sargent, winners of this year's Nobel Prize in Economics, could help guide leaders in Washington towards solving our financial problems.
A plan to solve the problems in Europe seems to be on the horizon after French President Sarkozy and German Chancellor Merkel met over the weekend.
The Egyptian economy, barely recovered from the revolution earlier this year, is again struggling against the instability brought on by the recent riots in Cairo.
The Obama administration is hoping to get at least a trillion dollars worth of foreign investment in the next five years, but it might prove hard to lure overseas investors.
Nicolas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel agreed over the weekend to craft a plan to bolster eurozone banks. They have until the end of the month, but many questions remain as to what exactly the plan will be.
Only a few weeks after announcing its plan to separate its DVD-by-mail service from its streaming business, Netflix abandons its plan for Qwikster.
Netflix has gone back on its recent decision to split its mailing service from its movie streaming business. Are they making the right decision in flip-flopping?
Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, October 10, 2011