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Air and car travel are expected to be down this Thanksgiving from where they were last year. But buses and trains are expected to see a commuter boost. Jeremy Hobson takes a look at the ride home this holiday.
Today, Fitch ratings downgraded Toyota's credit from triple-A to double-A -- the first time the auto maker's rating has dropped in a decade. Steve Henn reports a lowered appetite for cars and a strong Yen are to blame.
Countries have been ramping up to reduce greenhouse gases, but the global cash crunch could mean less money for clean energy development. But Stacey Vanek-Smith reports the U.S. and Europe are expected to push reforms.
Toy recalls made headlines last year and prompted Congress to pass new laws to protect consumer safety. But a major clamp-down on toys won't start until February. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports it's buyer beware.
The European Union is looking at an economic stimulus plan that will be a combination of tax cuts and investments. Kyle James reports why some are being encouraged to sign onto the package quickly.
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, November 26, 2008