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The Big Tease
June 21st, 2012
09:16 PM ET

The Big Tease

Our Starting Point Friday morning... your money. Thursday was second-worst day of the year for the stock market. Christine Romans (yes, the one who is going all Hollywood) dissects the market dive and looks at what the downgrade of major banks says about the future of the recovery.

We'll also talk about the pending contempt vote for Attorney General Eric Holder and the politics of the economy. Joining us:

7am ET: Rep. Randy Forbes from Virginia
8am ET: Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz from Florida

Also - a millionaire mystery at sea. We're talking to the mother of Guma Aguiar, who disappeared after going out on his boat, which was later found empty on a beach. She joins us at 7:10am ET.

The latest on the dramatic developments from the Sandusky trial with Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Sara Ganim (8:10am ET) and top forensic psychiatrist Michael Wellner (7:30am ET).

Highlights and reaction from the Heat/Thunder game... including our new friends from Mike & Mike in the Morning (7:50am ET).

And our good friend Candy Crowley drops by with her observations on the week's top political stories and a look ahead to her show this weekend.

All this and more live on "Starting Point with Soledad O'Brien" at 7am Eastern on CNN.

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  1. Bob Powers

    It is interesting that the Republicans are now stating that the President is blaming George Bush for the current financial situation and that he could have issued a Presidential policy on immigrants three and a half years ago. Well, we are suffering from a situation from that occurred during the previous situation. The President didn't invent the bailout and the previous administration advised him to continue specific bailout programs. He also didn't wait three and a half years to issue the policy change on immigrants, it is clearly apparent the he reacted to the inactive approach of Congress on the DREAM Act. It would appear that Republicans are blaming the President for their own failures and inactions. Anything to win!

    June 22, 2012 at 7:41 am | Report abuse | Reply
  2. Paul Williams

    This bank downgrade and the huge market drop I assume are all related but I am not sure what triggered what. Did the Bank downgrade trigger the sell off or did the sell off trigger the bank downgrade or is it all because of Europe.

    June 21, 2012 at 9:38 pm | Report abuse | Reply

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