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Views Of Wall Street From Cleveland, Miami

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Views Of Wall Street From Cleveland, Miami

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Views Of Wall Street From Cleveland, Miami

Views Of Wall Street From Cleveland, Miami

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The meltdown on Wall Street has people across the country worried about personal finances. Niala Boodhoo, a business reporter at The Miami Herald and Teresa Murray, a personal finance reporter for Cleveland's Plain Dealer, discuss how their readerships are reacting to the crisis.

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