Obama's Speech on the Euro-Zone Crisis and US Economy

Paul Vigna talks with Kathleen Madigan about President Obama's comments on the U.S. and global economy, and Dan Gilbert looks at Chesapeake Energy selling assets to combat its mounting debts.

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