This Weeks's Agenda: Super Committee, Euro Crisis, Thanksgiving

Monday, November 21, 2011

The Capitol Building, in Washington, D.C. (vgm8383/flickr)

The week starts out on an ominous note as the Congressional "super committee" charged with reducing the national debt announces that they will not reach a deal. What went wrong during their negotiations, and where do we go from here? How will markets react? Also, the Euro crisis rages on as another government falls in Spain with the election of a new Conservative party. Finally, another GOP debate, the start of the holiday shopping season, and Thanksgiving traditions from Takeaway guests.

WNYC and Takeaway business editor Charlie Herman joins the program along with Mediate politics and television editor Nando di Fino.

Guests:

Nando Di Fino and Charlie Herman

Produced by:

Joseph Capriglione

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