U.S. Meltdown Scared World's Financial Centers
Investors around the world are waiting to see how the U.S. financial turmoil will affect them. Lionel Barber, editor of the Financial Times, says watching the banks on Wall Street start to crumble was really scarey to anybody in the big financial centers of Tokyo, London and Frankfurt. He tells Linda Wertheimer the question now is: how will the markets react if Congress doesn't pass a rescue package by the end of the week.
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