Segments From this episode
The Senate's serving up something for everyone in an unemployment and tax-credit extension bill it passed. Reporter Mitchell Hartman talks the details with Bill Radke.
At least 8,000 auto workers in Germany have walked off the job in protest over GM killing a plan to sell its European unit, Opel. Stephen Beard reports on what will happen to German workers.
Experts predict the October unemployment rate will rise to around 10%. Economics correspondent Chris Farrell talks with Bill Radke about why he'd be happy if it went even a little higher.
A report from real estate valuation company Clear Capital says home prices nationwide are softening heading into the traditionally slow winter season. Jeremy Hobson reports.
Richard DeKaser, president of Woodley Park Research, talks with Steve Chiotakis about what the latest jobless claims and U.S. business productivity numbers say about the shape of the economy.
A report from compensation consulting firm Johnson Associates predicts the typical, year-end bonus will be up about 40 percent this year. Mitchell Hartman reports.
Joe Feldman, senior retail analyst at Telsey Group, talks with Bill Radke about what's going on in retail and what to expect for the upcoming holiday shopping season.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, November 5, 2009