The Federal Reserve will likely to cut the federal funds rate again today – a move on top of unprecedented steps taken over the weekend to address the deepening financial woes in the U.S. A look at the ongoing credit crisis and its implications for the U.S and global economy

Guests

  • Desmond Lachman Resident fellow, American Enterprise Institute.
  • Michael Englund Principal Director and Chief Economist for Action Economics, LLC.
  • Greg Ip U.S. economics editor, "The Economist"
  • John Taylor President and CEO, National Community Reinvestment Coalition

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