Guests: Bill Cheney
Chief Economist, John Hancock Financial Services Michael Metz
Managing Director, C-I-B-C Oppenheimer Adam Posen
Senior Fellow, Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC Blood is flowing on Wall Street this week. And stock markets around the world are reacting. Is the worst over? Or is there more room for stock prices to fall? What does the drama on the trading floors mean for you, for your retirement and for the world economy? Join Juan Williams for a look at what financial and political leaders should do to get things back on track.
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