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Guest Host: Katty Kay
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- Damian Paletta reporter, Wall Street Journal
- Kathleen Day Center for Responsible Lending
- Mark Zandi chief economist of Moody's Analytics and author of "Financial Shock" and the forthcoming book, "Paying the Price."
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