The Stock Market

GUESTS: Leland Montgomery Investment editor, Worth magazine Jean-Marie Eveillard Manager, The SoGen International Fund Triggered by Asia's economic crisis, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 554 points Monday, halting trading for the first time in history. The declineis the sharpest ever for the New York exchange in point terms, but in percent terms the drop is well short of the October '87 crash. Join Ray Suarezfor a look at why news from Asia impacts Wall Street and how Monday's loss might affect your investments ... on the next Talk of the Nation, from NPR News.

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