More Foreign Investment for Wall Street Over the past few months, foreign governments have come to the aid of ailing Wall Street investment banks. And this week, Singapore's Temasek Holdings joined the list when it bought a stake in Merrill Lynch.
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More Foreign Investment for Wall Street

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More Foreign Investment for Wall Street

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STEVE INSKEEP, Host:

NPR's business news starts with losses on Wall Street.

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INSKEEP: And NPR's Adam Davidson examines what it means.

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