Cashing in on the Royal Wedding
Flip open one of the major daily papers in the UK this week and there's Mark Carney's photo:
He's the Canadian economist who heads up the Bank of England.
The editorial gripes about Carney's attempt to rehabilitate a faltering British economy.
They call him 'a schoolboy who keeps getting his homework wrong.'
That frustration might explain the wild expectations for this weekend's Royal Wedding.
Some marketers believe the spending spree could kick-start commerce across the Kingdom.
Reporter James Moore tries to get a sense of just how much Harry & Meghan's big day means to profits on the front lines of souvenir retail.