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Some economists say that a bubble is growing in the bond market. Economics editor Chris Farrell talks with Jeremy Hobson about whether we should be worried over a bond bubble.
A new study from the World Economic Forum ranks the world's countries based on living standards and business growth. The U.S. comes in fourth, falling two places from its 2009 ranking. Reporter Scott Tong talks about why the U.S. got passed up in the competitiveness report with Bill Radke.
A new government study says -- at least initially -- the health care overhaul won't cost much more than we're spending now. That's the conclusion of the first federal health care spending report since reform was passed. Nancy Marshall Genzer has more.
Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, September 9, 2010