Capital Account - 11/3/11
New data shows US workers are getting squeezed. Productivity rose as employers worked them harder to keep payrolls down to cut costs. This as we heard from the Federal Reserve yesterday it expects high unemployment to be the norm for years. Thousands of Americans are still showing how angry they are over economic conditions like this – Occupy Oakland protests representing the so-called “99 percent” shut down the sea port last night. We'll talk to Euro Pacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff whose become a kind of ambassador from the one percent who has taken his message to Occupy Wall Street and thinks he has some solutions. Speaking of solutions, the EU is still scrambling for one as the Greek situation appears constantly changing. And we debate the viability of meat vending machines and prostitution as a tactic for debt forgiveness.