By PBS NewsHour
Facing worries of a global recession, the Federal Reserve and six other major central banks from around the world announced a coordinated half a percentage point interest rates cut on Wednesday.
President Bush announced a series of measures Friday intended to help ease the credit crunch caused by mortgage defaults, while Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said he would monitor the situation.
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