Segments From this episode
Several countries neighboring Honduras have suspended trade, and the World Bank has postponed millions in loans. But the U.S. has held off on sanctions for now. Dan Grech reports.
The Obama administration has tried a number of programs to slow the rate of foreclosure, but the housing market is still unstable. Commentators Robert Reich and Mark Zandi discuss other actions the government could take.
Hugh Johnson, chief economist at Johnson Illington Advisors, talks with Bob Moon about whether the unemployment numbers are less worse than they have been in the past, and if they're surprising.
Bill Stone, chief investment strategist at PNC Wealth Management, talks with Steve Chiotakis about whether there is any silver lining in the latest unemployment numbers, and when results from the stimulus package might kick in to help.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, July 2, 2009