“Marketplace Morning Report,” hosted by David Brancaccio, is the business news you need to know to start your day. “Marketplace Morning Report” gets you up to speed on what you missed when you were sleeping, kicking off each weekday with a global business update from the BBC’s Anu Anand in partnership with the BBC World Service in London.
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The Fed convenes on interest rates. Trust in vaccines is down in more-developed countries. A Christian group shows young people the "joy" of giving to charity.
"Market dynamics" cut into steel company earnings. Anemic legal weed sales are harshing Canada's mellow. A House panel hears the case for reparations.
A crisis of confidence in vaccines. Oxford University in England receives its biggest ever donation. Do rent controls work?
Europe is about to lower interest rates ahead of the U.S.'s own decision. The housing market is just weird right now. Airport food isn't just for passengers anymore.
Airplane makers go green at the Paris Air Show. Arthur Laffer gets the Presidential Medal of Freedom... because taxes. Who needs a "gig" when you can get a "real job"?
Will anybody trust Facebook's answer to Bitcoin? Electric cars are the future, but a lack of charging points is just one of several roadblocks facing the industry.
Manufacturing in the U.S. is way down. Puerto Rico might deal its way out of debt. Entire Spanish "ghost towns" are up for sale, and they're pretty cheap.
India retaliates on tariffs. There's been little progress on child poverty in the U.S. over the past 30 years. A "food forest" in Atlanta fills the the quality produce gap.
Huawei's boss warns that production will be hit hard by the US.. ban. Why the Paris air show is more about safety than sales for Boeing. How Adidas and Nike are turning ocean plastic into active wear.
Retail sales are up. The U.S. could do a lot more for new parents. So much for cutting back on energy consumption.
Manufacturing is up, but not where we need it. Getting a lower credit card APR could be as easy as asking. Talking about money gets awkward in our new podcast "This is Uncomfortable."
Swiss women go on a nationwide strike over unequal pay. E.U. countries finally agree on a common budget. Changing the date of a national holiday is proving to be expensive for U.K. calendar-makers.
Some are hoping the Fed preemptively cut interest rates next week. Lawyers are counting on all those TV ads for their class-action lawsuit business. Pet supply company Chewy issues a giant IPO.
Oil jumps after alleged tanker attacks. The economy is growing, but so is the deficit. People pay top euro to make pizza the Napoli way.
Oil prices jump after two tankers in the Gulf of Oman are reportedly attacked. Australia gives the green light to a controversial coal project. Game addiction is a big topic at E3 this week.
Inflation seems to be in check. Big business braces for a recession. California’s homeless college students could soon find safety in school parking lots.
Hong Kong's name as a business hub gets thrown into question. Where's the "emergency" in FEMA? Moving money just got a lot faster.
Massive protests against a controversial new extradition bill in Hong Kong turn violent. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe looks to ease tensions between Tehran and Washington. We find out why sustainable clothing is making a comeback.
American firms have been in China for a while not, but they still want access in restricted sectors. Plus, businesses are expanding, and Senators try to curb foreign lobbyist secrecy.
Flooding and trade tensions hit U.S. farmers hard. China fakes products "Made in Vietnam." Plus, we look at how women revolutionized Chicago's downtown.
Foxconn unveils a new management structure so its founder can step down and run for Taiwan's presidency. Pakistan will release its annual budget after narrowly escaping economic collapse. Non-English language songs are taking off on music streaming sites.
President Trump hints he should head up the Federal Reserve. Walmart wants to keep your fridge stocked. Public- and private-school teachers unite.
There are pros and cons to big bond yields. Tourism might suffer in the Dominican Republic after several American deaths. Some think the U.S.'s trade beefs are hampering global economic growth.
The U.K. agrees a new post-Brexit trade deal in Asia. Two of the world's biggest defense companies agree to merge. The new boss of Barnes and Noble wants to revive "books-and-mortar" shops.
It's official: jobs are way down. Can talking about your salary reduce the wage gap? What's the real value of a Tony Award?
Carmakers ask the White House to standardize emissions regulations. The Feds take aim at robocalls. Sponsors go in on Women's World Cup soccer.
Germany's economy has taken a hit from global trade tensions. Russian President Putin makes a pitch to international investors in St. Petersburg. How do you classify burnout?
Layoff announcements are way up. Veterans outside their VA service areas now have more options. A fifth-generation Mississippi farmer deals with devastating flooding.
Oil demand might go down, so the the prices do, too. The Renault-Fiat Chrysler merger is no more. Farmers' fields remain unplanted in Mississippi.
Seismic change continues in the auto industry. India cuts rates for the third time this year. How do you feel about taxing job-stealing robots?