Now Playing

Why Markets Went Up With Larry Summers Out Of Fed Chair Running

Robert Siegel talks to Jeremy Siegel, a professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, about Larry Summers' decision to bow out of contention for Federal Reserve chief. Summers is controversial both in Washington and at Harvard, and is associated with some ideas about monetary policy that rattle investors these days.

Trouble listening? See our technical support page.