Wall Street is catching its breath after a wild ride. On Thursday the big board dropped 999 points in less than a half an hour, before rebounding No one is sure what happened. The Securities and Exchange Commission is trying to find out why.
European leaders are vowing to do more to stem the Greek debt crisis. They're calling for a stabilization mechanism to calm markets before they reopen on Monday. This week a $140billion aid package hammered out by European Union countries sparked violent riots in Greece. The deal calls for severe cuts in government services there, including wage and retirement freezes.
CNN's Fredricka Whitfield asked personal finance experts Ken and Daria Dolan about the state of the world's economy and whether investors should be worried in the days and weeks to come.