New data this week from the analysis group Hedgeye shows that some of our favorite breakfast items like orange juice and coffee are rising in cost so much that they could be considered "luxury items." Louise Story joins us for more.
New York Times reporter Louise Story breaks down Timothy Geithner's speech on monetary policy at the Brookings Institution and explains a new House bill that could allow trade sanctions on China based on the artificially low value of the Chinese RMB.
Insurance giant AIG has reached an agreement and a plan with the federal government to pay back some $70 billion given to the company in 2008 as part of the Troubled Asset Relief Program. Louise Story gives us the latest.
Today, one of the greatest screen villains of the past quarter century returns in ?Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.?
Movie date co-hosts Rafer Guzman and Kristen Meinzer share their opinions. And Louise Story gives her insights.
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