With markets around the world sliding, there are growing concerns that the $700 billion bailout passed by Congress may not be enough.
Wall Street and other foreign markets have posted major losses in recent days. U.S. Senator Russ Feingold (D-WI) says it's not surprising that the markets are still unstable, despite the recent bailout package passed by Congress. He says many people aren't convinced it will be enough.
Feingold voted against the bailout package, but he says the American people need to believe that Congress will not ignore the problems that lead to the financial crisis. He says there will be a continued push for reform with a new administration and Congress in Washington.
For now, the Wisconsin Democrat says people need to avoid panicking. He says that kind of psychological impact can only make some of the current economic problems much worse.