Segments From this episode
Home Depot says it will lower prices dramatically, in some cases cutting them in half. But is that a good thing to do in this economic climate? Rico Gagliano puts the question to a retail analyst.
Wall Street is in the headlines, but the financial crisis affects businesses everywhere. Mitchell Hartman took a walk around Portland, Ore., to find out how business owners there are faring.
Amid all the other things happening on Wall Street, now there's word that Morgan Stanley might be on the market. The investment bank's stock saw its worst day in 15 years yesterday. Jeremy Hobson reports.
European banks, the Bank of Japan and the Bank of Canada plan to pump billions of dollars into global markets to avoid panic over the crises on Wall Street. Megan Williams has the story.
Marketplace Morning Report for September 18, 2008