Segments From this episode
The bailout package's defeat in the House means no immediate relief for the housing industry. Dan Grech reports from Miami, where homeowners are worried and prospective homebuyers are wondering what their next move should be.
As the economic crisis deepens, Brits are noticing the impact. Scott Jagow talks to Mickey Clark, host of the BBC's morning business news show "Wake Up to Money," about how the country is waking up to the issue.
The E.U. is looking into a plan to put new order to a wide range of financial institutions throughout Europe. Megan Williams reports the regulations overhaul 10 years in the making could be passed tomorrow.
The bailout may not have found consensus on both sides of the House, but it's not always a black and white issue. Renita Jablonski talks to Republican Congressman Kevin Brady, who explains why he voted yes for the bailout.
A federal law goes into effect tonight requiring supermarkets to label the country of origin for fresh meat, produce and certain kinds of nuts. Sarah Gardner reports why the law took six years to get up and running.
Would raising the maximum amount of FDIC insurance on savings accounts help the rescue package appeal to more lawmakers? Scott Jagow talks to Steve Henn in Washington about the proposed idea and others on the table.
Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, September 30, 2008