Segments From this episode
Actor Ed Asner talks with Bill Radke about his one-man show, "FDR," and what he remembers about Roosevelt, and what the former president could teach us about handling the recession.
European correspondent Stephen Beard talks with Stacey Vanek-Smith about why Mervyn King, head of the Bank of England, is calling for the break up of big banks in the U.K.
The dollar's diminishing value means U.S. consumers buy less from Europeans, so an adviser to French President Nicolas Sarkozy is calling for a stop to the greenback's slide. John Dimsdale reports.
Hugh Johnson, chief economist from Johnson Illington Advisors, talks with Bill Radke about what corporate profits hit the most impact and what President Obama wants to get out of Wall Street.
Jessup & Lamont Airline industry analyst Alex Hamilton talks with Stacey Vanek-Smith about why Boeing has reported a loss of more than $1.5 billion, and whether the Dreamliner will ever get off the ground.
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, October 21, 2009