Japanese earthquake shakes economy

An 8.9 earthquake struck off the coast of Japan today followed by a devastating tsunami that battered many regions of the country. Officials estimate that thousands are dead. Japan has also issued a state of emergency due to a radiation leak at a nuclear plant. Famed economist Nouriel Roubini said this earthquake is the worst disaster that could happen to Japan, coming at the worst time. Alyona discusses events with Edward Harrison, the founder of the website creditreditwritedowns.com.