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06-20-13 Marketplace MP3

Ben Bernanke's comments about the economy were optimistic -- but the markets saw the bad news: No more punch bowl. Also, with the passing of actor James Gandolfini, it's worth noting that television hasn’t been the same since Tony stepped outside and found ducks in his swimming pool.  Source: marketplace.org

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