Jim Rogers, an international investor who is chairman of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests, Inc., and author of "A Gift to My Children: A Father's Lessons for Life and Investing," reacts to the tumult in the international markets.
Takeaway contributor, Beth Kobliner is concerned about subprime car loans. The loans allow buyers with low credit scores to find a way to pay for their cars, even if this means that they are taking on loans with high interest rates.
Millions of Americans are facing foreclosure, like Takeaway listener, Tina. She is struggling to keep her home in Miami. She has been in her house for 38 years, but is getting hit with an escalated payment.
Today, we're talking again with Beth Kobliner about the ABCs of college loans, financial aid, and debt. Beth is back today to answer all the listener questions that have come in since her appearance on Tuesday.
The fallout from the travails of Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch is rippling across Europe. And it's come at a time when the continent doesn't need more gloomy economic news. The World's Gerry Hadden reports.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Martin Weale, Director of the National Institute for Economic and Social Research in Britain, to find out what the financial disturbances mean for the average person in Europe.
Today, the Russian government suspended trading on its country's stock exchange. The move comes a day after Russian stocks plummeted to their lowest level in nearly three years. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Mikhail Kroutikhin of RusEnergy consulting.
The World's Matthew Bell reports that the globe's leading central banks -- led by the U-S Federal Reserve -- have pumped billions of dollars into credit markets, hoping to restore confidence in the global economy.