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Oct 22, 2008 — On today's podcast, an Icelandic listener says the nation has plenty of food, an Icelandic reporter says that's true but the thrill's still gone, and David Kestenbaum wonders what's the matter with hedge fund.
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Today on Planet Money:
The credit markets loosen some more, the stock market runs for cover, and Adam Davidson gets a nod for Treasury Secretary from New York City's radio crush.
— Will Aston-Reese paints the picture on the front lines of the credit crisis.
— An Icelandic listener, Sigga Gunnars, says there's plenty to eat back home.
— Icelandic reporter, Bjorn Malmquist says that's true, but the thrill's still gone.
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