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Where'd The Money Go, And Other Questions

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Where'd The Money Go, And Other Questions

Where'd The Money Go, And Other Questions

Where'd The Money Go, And Other Questions

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These are confusing times. We know it because we see your emails: Lately, we've been getting more questions than anytime in recent memory.

Today on the show, we try tackling a few. We look into where the money actually goes when the economy crashes, check in on some C-list celebs, and ask why housing prices are still going up right now. Also, we get our own dancehall jingle.

Got more questions? Send them to planetmoney@npr.org.

Music: "The Devil Lives Near," "Clip Clap," "Acropolis Now," "Psychodelia," "Cloud Surfing," and Sean Paul's "Temperature."

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