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Sep 23, 2008

Marketplace Morning Report for September 23, 2008

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Marketplace Morning Report for September 23, 2008

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Indian voter: priority is American jobs

Sep 23, 2008
In our series "Interested Parties," we talk to voters about their economic concerns. Nandini Pandya came to the U.S. in 1983 to work as a computer programmer. She's been a citizen more than 10 years.

For Vets, jobs are a big campaign issue

Sep 23, 2008
Almost 2 million people have returned from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. One in five doesn't have a job. One in four makes less than $22,000 a year. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.

Bush tells UN to stand against terrorism

Sep 23, 2008
President Bush is speaking to the United Nations today, his final speech before that organization. The economic crisis overshadowed the event, however. Bob Moon has more.

Texans still dealing with Ike aftermath

Sep 23, 2008
Far from Wall Street, Texans are dealing with a different disaster -- the aftermath of Hurricane Ike. Nearly two million have no power and Galveston residents are only just going home. Ed Mayberry reports from Houston.

Europeans want financial restraints

Sep 23, 2008
A European Parliament measure would require an unprecedented level of disclosure from hedge funds and private equity groups, including requirements that they reveal level of debt and executive pay. Stephen Beard reports.

Follow the bouncing oil prices

Sep 23, 2008
Last week, oil was $90 a barrel. Yesterday, it was $120 a barrel. This morning, it was back down to $107 a barrel. Host Scott Jagow talks to Stephen Beard in London to find out what's going on.

Paulson to Congress: Pass bailout ASAP

Sep 23, 2008
Fed Chair Ben Bernake and Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson have begun testifying before the Senate Banking Committee about the $700 billion bailout. Steve Henn reports lawmakers are circulating three versions.

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Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC