Sep 15, 2009

Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, September 15, 2009

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Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, September 15, 2009

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Citi looks to loosen gov't bailout grip

Sep 15, 2009
Citigroup is reportedly exploring ways to pare down the government's stake in the bank. The U.S. Treasury may help the bank by selling its Citi shares as early as next month. Amy Scott reports.

Zimbabwe tries to reignite mining

Sep 15, 2009
Zimbabwe's new coalition government is hoping to rev up the country's mining industry when it addresses a huge mining conference there today. government wants to pass new laws that will attract foreign investment. Gretchen Wilson reports.

Insurance: Not offered or not affordable

Sep 15, 2009
More than 46 million people in this country can't qualify for health insurance, can't afford it or both. Tamara Keith reports in our latest installment of "The Cure" (for charts detailing who's uninsured, click the "View Slideshow" link).

Unions struggle with labor law reform

Sep 15, 2009
The organized labor movement has a strong relationship with the Obama administration. But beyond its minor victories, the union movement is struggling in its big push to reform labor laws. Jill Barshay reports.

Auto show rides industry changes

Sep 15, 2009
The Frankfurt Auto Show opening today is the first big car show since Fiat bought Chrysler and GM started selling stake in it's European division. Stephen Beard explores what the auto industry is banking on now.

Slow and steady economic progress

Sep 15, 2009
What else is going on in today's markets? Steve Chiotakis gets a thorough analysis of some other big numbers just out from Juli Niemann of Smith, Moore and Company in St. Louis.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC

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