This Week’s Agenda: Debt Negotiations, Jobs, and Unrest in the Middle East

Monday, July 11, 2011

An Egyptian Coptic Christian raises a cross while others shout slogans during a demonstration outside the Cairo High Court on May 8, 2011. (Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty)

Negotiations over the debt ceiling continue this week, and we're taking a look at the economic impact of the trillion dollar talks. What do the latest figures for unemployment, at 9.2 percent, suggest about corporate earnings, which will be out this week?

Charlie Herman, business and economics editor for WNYC and The Takeaway and Charles Sennott, executive editor and co-founder of the international news website the Global Post, also joins us. 

Sennott just returned from Saudi Arabia and Egypt, and has updates on the 'Arab Spring,' and the future of democracy there.

Guests:

Charlie Herman and Charles Sennott

Produced by:

Duncan Wilson

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