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.

from To the Point

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.

from To the Point

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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