Greg Robb

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In what passes for good news in these economic times, the nation's labor market showed some signs of improvement last month.

Economists Breathe a Sigh of Relief over Jobs Numbers

In what passes for good news in these economic times, the nation's labor market showed some signs of improvement last month.

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When Congress passed the $700 billion bailout, the focus was on buying so-called "troubled assets" linked to sub-prime mortgages.

Paulson Shifts Focus of Bailout Plan

When Congress passed the $700 billion bailout, the focus was on buying so-called "troubled assets" linked to sub-prime mortgages.

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The Federal Reserve announced a  cut in interest rates  today, with unprecedented coordination with other central banks around the world.  Reporter Greg Robb is covering the Federal…

Central Banks Cut Rates in a Global Show of Force

The Federal Reserve announced a cut in interest rates today, with unprecedented coordination with other central banks around the world.  Reporter Greg Robb is covering the Federal…

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