Rebecca Jarvis talks to Anthony Mason, CBS News Business Correspondent and Michael Santoli, Senior Editor, Barron\'s about the current state of the stock market and its effect on jobs.
Key EU Nations Approve Greek Rescue Package as Leaders Look to Soothe Market Fears
With Inconclusive Outcome From National Election, Traders Worry About Future Policy on Budget, Debt
Investors Rattled by Uncertainty About Greek Debt Problems Spreading to Other EU Economies
Harry Smith spoke with CBS Moneywatch.com\'s Jill Schlesinger about diversifying your portfolio to protect against unstable markets.
Harry Smith talks to Steve Forbes, President & CEO, Forbes Inc. about the dramatic stock market activity.
The wild swings in the Dow only added to Wall Street\'s uneasy tension. Traders are still trying to make sense of the historic freefall caused by an unknown error. Rebecca Jarvis reports.
Troubles in Greece and trader error are being eyed as reasons the stock market went awry on Thursday. Rebecca Jarvis reports.
The combined oral contraceptive pill, often referred to simply as \"the pill,\" was first approved in the U.S. half a century ago. Cynthia Bowers reports on the 50th anniversary of the pill.
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Dow Drops 140 Points as Anxiety over Greece Debt Crisis Continues to Weigh on Market; Muted Response to Job Growth
Job Creation Reaches Highest Level in 4 Years; Rate Jumps as More People Look for Work
Conflicting Trading Rules Identified as Possible Cause for 998-Point Plunge at Stock Market
LONDON (AP) - World markets fell sharply Friday following a huge sell-off on Wall Street and amid fears that Europe's debt crisis could spread and derail the global economic recove..
Federal Reserve Report Borrowing up by $1.95B, Just 2nd Increase in Last 14 Months
Ex-Secretary Tells Panel Causes of Financial Crisis Remain; Geithner Says Congress Doesn\'t Give Regulators Enough Power
European Central Bank\'s Benchmark Interest Rate Remains Unchanged as the Bank Weighs Other Crisis Measures
Moody\'s: Portugal, Italy, Spain, Ireland, U.K. at Risk if Greek Crisis is not Contained
Dow Plunged 1,000 Points Late in Day Before Recovering to Finish Down 347; Did Trader Type \'Billion\' Instead of \'Million\'?
WASHINGTON (AP) - First-time claims for unemployment benefits dropped last week for the third straight time, a sign the job market is slowly recovering. The Labor Department said..