Marketplace Morning Report
Start your day with an up-to-the-minute report on the world of business and finance with host David Brancaccio.
A new IEA report out Tuesday says global oil demand will rise by 1.3 million barrels per day this year. The annual meeting of the World Economic Forum kicks off this week, in Davos. One of the items on the agenda is inequality. And, the JOBS Act will promote equity investing through crowdfunding.
As part of a deal with world powers, Iran says it has begun suspending its nuclear program. In good times and bad, blacks suffer unemployment at much higher rates than whites. That's been true since the time of Martin Luther King, Jr. And, why would anyone want to work for the government?
Hey Smoking, you can add diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis to your list too! Studying abroad in Latin America gets a big boost. And when keeping up with the Jones' means getting your own private water well.
Could personal coaches help low-income students graduate? The NBA is looking across the pond. And the current state of state finances.
The long-term unemployed, the NCAA debates paying its student athletes, and the Fed's bond portfolio.
A Supreme Court case about severance pay, the cost of a water ban, and the Fed's Reverse Repo.