PBS NewsHour

Remembering the Day When the Markets Began to Crumble

Clip: 09/16/2013 | 3m 5s

In September 2008, the global financial markets were melting down and banking giants teetered on the brink. Judy Woodruff recounts how the U.S. government responded in shoring up the financial sector, and, five years later, how some Americans remain angry and resentful of Wall Street.

Aired: 09/16/13

Expired: 01/01/70

Rating: NR

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