Last month the Dow Jones industrial average suffered its biggest one month loss since 1930. nineteen-thirty. A look the on-going turmoil in the financial and housing sectors… and the prognosis for the U.S. economy in the weeks and months ahead

Guests

  • Gene Sperling former senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, former national economic advisor during the Clinton administration, and author of "The Pro-Growth Progressive"
  • Vikas Bajaj reporter, New York Times
  • Mark Zandi chief economist of Moody's Analytics and author of "Financial Shock" and the forthcoming book, "Paying the Price."
  • James Paulsen chief investment strategist, Wells Capital Management

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