Views Of Wall Street From Cleveland, Miami The meltdown on Wall Street has people across the country worried about personal finances. Financial reporters from newspapers in Miami and Cleveland offer local outlooks on the crisis.
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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

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.