Every weekday on Marketplace, Kai Ryssdal hosts a lively and unexpected exploration of the day’s business and economic news from Wall Street to your wallet.
How low oil prices can hurt Saudi Arabia's economy in the long run; what Downton Abbey's latest season has in common with today's health care system; and a look back on business and economics with the Weekly Wrap.
Examining the two presidential candidates and their relationships with Wall Street; what Federal Reserve Chair Yellen told congress about the nation's financial conditions; and what does it take to keep 100,000 tons of pollution out of the air?
Discussing the climate change implications of today's Supreme Court ruling; a look at consumer spending and the GPD; and how does Donald Trump pay the bills?
Another round of "What is Janet Yellen thinking?" as Chair Yellen heads to congress tomorrow; a look at staff diversity on college campuses; and while oil prices continue to slump, what is OPEC doing?
A look at Beyonce's business 'Formation'; how volunteers on the ground are more valuable than campaign ads; and the Wealth & Poverty goes to poorest county in South Carolina.
Breaking down the January jobs report; the last installment of "My Economy" from the border; and how a troubled economy and the Zika virus are impacting Brazil's annual carnival.