Ups and Downs on Wall Street Send Journalists Panicking

Ups and Downs on Wall Street Send Journalists Panicking
The media worried about Armageddon, recession and market crashing last week in reporting on the credit crunch and mortgage defaults. CNBCs Jim Cramer ranted that the Fed needed to cut interest rates and NBCs Meredith Vieira asked if Black Monday was coming. It was a bumpy ride for viewers, too hearing hype from one journalist and then a rational perspective from another.

Stock Markets and Credit Crunch: Free-Market Experts Speak Out
Free-market economists and financial advisors talked to BMI about markets, mortgages and the Federal Reserve.

G: Bloomberg Reports Unexpected Rise in Retail Sales
B: CBS Seeks to Burden Corporations for Government Problem
U: ABCs Cuomo Calls Stock Market Legalized Gambling

CBS Blames Recently Bankrupt Airline for Being Stingy

Network Look at Markets: Armageddon or Nearly 3% Drop

Media Criticism of Murdoch Almost Killed Wall Street Journal Bid

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Deflating Housing Bubble II
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