Sep 29, 2008

Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, September 29, 2008

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Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, September 29, 2008

Segments From this episode

A question of market psychology

Sep 29, 2008
Can another several hundred billion dollars do anything to reassure the financial markets? Scott Jagow and Fortune Magazine's Allan Sloan analyze investor confidence and look into Allan's prudent portfolio.

Will bailout address banking worries?

Sep 29, 2008
The House is expected to vote on a financial bailout package today, but investors are wondering whether this will shake the fear out of the banking system. Scott Jagow talks to Stephen Beard about Europe's bailout methods.

For financial ruin, try Banking CEO

Sep 29, 2008
Do you or someone you know have an upstanding financial institution they need destroyed? The Marketplace Players have just the thing to bring your bank to its knees.

Dismissing a push for covered bonds

Sep 29, 2008
Covered bonds have been around for over 200 years, and some think they can be used to stimulate the mortgage market. But Bob Moon reports confidence has sunk so low that investors are shunning the idea.

Congress compromises on rescue

Sep 29, 2008
Last night, the White House signed onto a deal to rescue the U.S. financial system. John Dimsdale explores disagreements between Democrats and Republicans on the deal and the compromise that was made.

Breaking the market logjam

Sep 29, 2008
With a bailout in place, is liquidity finally going to come open in the markets? Renita Jablonski asks Mike Moran, chief economist at Daiwa Securities America, and poses other potential bailout challenges.

Trade-offs in the bailout compromise

Sep 29, 2008
Congressional leaders are still debating the $700 billion package bailout and the House may make a vote today. John Dimsdale tells us about the trade-offs that were made to get this deal done.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC

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