Marketplace Morning Report
Start your day with an up-to-the-minute report on the world of business and finance with host David Brancaccio.
On today's show, we'll talk about the news that Japan's central bank wants to keep its interest rates near zero — its first long-term target. We'll also chat with Ikea's U.S. president, Lars Petersson, about research that found Americans care more about quality of life than owning things. He shares what this means for a company whose goal it is to sell material goods.
On today's show, we'll talk about Wells Fargo's Senate planned banking committee amid news that employees opened accounts and credits without customers' permission; whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates at its upcoming meeting; and the expansion of German supermarket chain, Lidl.
On today's show, we'll talk about what Citigroup's new election forecast says about the presidential candidates' odds; California's efforts to allow undocumented immigrants to purchase health insurance; and the growing market for iguana meat.
On today's show, we'll talk about reports that the U.S. Justice Department wants Deutschbank to pay $14 billion to settle investigations connected to the last mortgage crisis; ITT's plans to cease operations; and McDonald's new deal with ad firm Omnicon.
On today's show, we'll talk about news that authorities in Amsterdam and Washington are getting ready to fine a Swedish phone company $1.4 billion over bribery allegations; a teacher shortage in America's public school system; and the Moon Festival, an important event connected to the Chinese lunar calendar.
On today's show, we'll talk about the latest Census data, which reveals the typical income in America has risen; the European Union's new rules on how the internet should be regulated; and the start of NFL streaming on Twitter.