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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

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  • Greece's bailout and the future of the Euro
    The growing debt crisis in Europe reminds other countries to keep their fiscal house in order. Midmorning looks at what an unstable Euro means for the world and especially the US economy.9:06 a.m.
    Stacy-Marie Ishmael: Reporter for the Financial Times. She also writes for FT's Alphaville Blog.
    Megan Greene: Economist specializing in Western Europe and an editor at The Economist.
    Kim Rupert: Managing director fixed income analysis Action Economics.
  • Investors seek safety in a volatile market
    Memories of the stock market's steep decline at the end of 2008, and Wall Street's recent roller coaster ride, might be giving many investors pause. Two market watchers share their thoughts on where the value is, and what to avoid.10:06 a.m.
    Richard Peterson, MD: Psychiatrist and managing director of MarketPsych LLC. He is the author of "Inside the Investor's Brain: The Power of Mind Over Money."
    Seth Jayson: Analyst for The Motley Fool.

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