Iceland Has Food : Planet Money On today's podcast, an Icelandic listener says the nation has plenty of food, an Icelandic reporter says that's true but the thrill's still gone, and David Kestenbaum wonders what's the matter with hedge fund.
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Today on Planet Money:

The credit markets loosen some more, the stock market runs for cover, and Adam Davidson gets a nod for Treasury Secretary from New York City's radio crush.

— Will Aston-Reese paints the picture on the front lines of the credit crisis.

— An Icelandic listener, Sigga Gunnars, says there's plenty to eat back home.

— Icelandic reporter, Bjorn Malmquist says that's true, but the thrill's still gone.

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