Covering all the angles
The news of today's banking rescue by Alistair Darling and Gordon Brown has produced near meltdown in one place - the BBC's business and economics unit.
The number of angles on this story from a business and economic perspective are huge and we're scrabbling to try and unscramble what it all means.
It's also triggered a huge inflow of e-mails asking what it means for you? Should you buy/sell/hold bank shares? Should you move money between accounts? Will this mean it's easier to get a mortgage or loan now? What about your pensions?
Your questions are really helping us to focus our coverage and pointing us in some interesting directions. We'll be trying to answer some of your questions in a special edition of Working Lunch on BBC2 at 1.30pm today presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
If you can't catch it live please do watch it later on the iPlayer or log onto Declan's Working lunch blog. But above all please keep your questions and points coming and we'll do our best to investigate and answer them.