The Dow Jones Industrial dropped 416 points today, the worst plunge since September 2001, after the Chinese market fell 9 percent. Jim Lehrer talks with an economics professor about the worldwide decline in stock prices.
While other economic indicators remain positive, the number of new jobs created in September was the lowest in almost a year and much fewer than predicted. Two former Labor Department chief economists decipher the mixed signals and the health of…
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