President Obama’s economic team prepares to announce a new bail-out plan for the nation’s banks. An update on the U.S. economy and White House efforts to restore confidence in the financial system.

Guests

  • Robert Hartheimer special advisor, Promontory Financial Group, former director of the Division of Resolutions at the FDIC 1991-1995
  • Edmund Andrews reporter, The New York Times
  • Alex Pollock resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and former president and CEO of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago.
  • Diane Casey-Landry Chief Operating Officer, American Bankers Association

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