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Marketplace All-in-One Podcast includes each episode of American Public Media's Marketplace, the Marketplace Morning Report, the Marketplace Mid-Day update, the Marketplace Tech Report, Marketplace Money, and all of our special web-only programs.

Marketplace All-in-One Podcast includes each episode of American Public Media's Marketplace, the Marketplace Morning Report, the Marketplace Mid-Day update, the Marketplace Tech Report, Marketplace Money, and all of our special web-only programs.
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Los Angeles, CA

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Marketplace All-in-One Podcast includes each episode of American Public Media's Marketplace, the Marketplace Morning Report, the Marketplace Mid-Day update, the Marketplace Tech Report, Marketplace Money, and all of our special web-only programs.

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English

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Episodes

More of your trade questions, answered

6/22/2018
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Amid all the chaos and controversy at the southwest border, there's still a trade war brewing on multiple fronts. Today on the show, we'll tackle more of your questions about all things tariffs and trade. Then: Street vending in Los Angeles is a half-billion-dollar industry that’s illegal. We'll look at the tangled relationship between street vendors and the law. But first, AMC's challenger to MoviePass, the latest on Mexico's elections and, of course, the Weekly Wrap.

Duration:00:28:29

Oil prices are a bit of a paradox right now

6/22/2018
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(Markets Edition) OPEC is set to pump a lot more oil, which should bring down its price. But it turns out it's soaring — the benchmark for crude in New York is up. We'll hear from Chris Low, chief economist at FTN Financial, about some possible explanations. Afterwards, we'll look at the government's plan to privatize the mortgage firms Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and then we'll discuss how people with disabilities are finding more work in a tight labor market. Today’s podcast is sponsored...

Duration:00:07:45

Today's the day the EU slaps tariffs on U.S. goods

6/22/2018
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(U.S. Edition) Europe is charging a penalty fee on a suite of U.S.-made goods, which include cranberries, peanut butter and orange juice. We'll look at when the tariffs will hit consumers and producers. Afterwards, we'll discuss AT&T's new streaming video service, WatchTV, which costs $15 a month, and then we'll chat with Spencer Dale — chief economist at BP — about his company's latest review of world energy use. Today’s podcast is sponsored by Carbonite (Carbonite.com), Indeed...

Duration:00:08:18

One paw-ssible solution to stress at work

6/22/2018
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(Global Edition) From the BBC World Service … Aviation giant Airbus has issued a dire warning to the UK government this morning saying a no-deal Brexit scenario could be “catastrophic” for the company. Then, voters in Turkey head to the polls on Sunday after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan moved up elections by a year and a half. But with increased focus on the country’s rapid inflation and devalued currency…the outcome is looking more uncertain by the day. Afterwards, is your boss's bark...

Duration:00:07:33

YouTube tries to make nice with creators

6/22/2018
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YouTube has had a bad year. One of its biggest stars, Logan Paul, filmed the body of a suicide victim. Advertisers boycotted over inappropriate content, and parents panicked over violent and sexual videos showing up in the site’s kids’ channel. Competition is also growing. Facebook is building a system to connect influencers with brands. And Instagram launched new video tools on Wednesday. So on Thursday, YouTube's chief product officer, Neal Mohan, announced new ways for YouTube creators to...

Duration:00:09:54

Do you think the Supreme Court shops online?

6/21/2018
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We're asking because today a narrow majority ruled that online shoppers have to pay state sales tax, even if the business doesn’t have a physical presence in the state. We'll talk about what that means for companies like Wayfair, the defendant in this case, and consumers. Then we'll bring you the latest on gas prices for the summer. Plus: Brownsville, Texas, is just a 10-minute walk from Matamoros, a city in Tamaulipas, Mexico. As the Trump administration's immigration policy causes tension...

Duration:00:27:39

When companies take a stand on immigration

6/21/2018
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(Markets Edition) Stocks are down right now for several German car companies, including Daimler, BMW and Volkswagen. The likely cause: tariff threats. Diane Swonk, chief economist at the consulting and accounting firm Grant Thornton, explains how these tariff decisions aren't accounting for our global supply chain. Afterwards, we'll look at how several corporations are pushing back against the Trump administration's immigration policies. Today’s podcast is sponsored by Alliance for Lifetime...

Duration:00:07:47

We might see another government shutdown this October

6/21/2018
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(U.S. Edition) Reps from oil-producing countries are meeting for the bi-annual OPEC summit, and it has the potential to turn sour. We'll look at the varying goals these nations have and the geopolitical factors that could complicate this meeting. Afterwards, we'll discuss reports that the Trump administration is planning to combine the U.S. departments of Education and Labor, and then we'll talk to federal budget watcher Stan Collender about the possibility of another government shutdown....

Duration:00:08:24

Blue jeans and bourbon…now almonds and apples under tariff threat

6/21/2018
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(Global Edition) From the BBC World Service … New retaliatory measures are aimed at the U.S., this time from India in response to steel and aluminium tariffs. Then, it’s a big day for Greece as its creditors are expected to unveil an economic road map for the country’s third bailout. Afterwards, roads, railways, and bridges were supposed to form the foundations of a prosperous economy in Zambia. But the country has borrowed too much too quickly and now it’s in trouble. We’ll take you there...

Duration:00:07:41

Is the e-scooter craze more bubble than business?

6/21/2018
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Venture capitalists have invested hundreds of millions of dollars in scooters — electric scooters, specifically. On a sunny day in San Francisco, they're clogging every sidewalk. Lime and Bird are the two best-known options. They also operate in Santa Monica, California; Washington, D.C.; Austin, Texas; and Atlanta. You use an app to check out a scooter, GPS tracks your location and you just drop it anywhere when you're done with it. There's speculation that Uber or Lyft will buy one of the...

Duration:00:08:47

Let's do the Zestimate

6/20/2018
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If you've been listening the past few weeks, you know the federal government is working on a list of companies to exclude from new, costly tariffs on steel and aluminum. During testimony today about that list, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross promised one senator that he’d personally consider a company residing in the senator's district. Ross called the place right after the hearing, and we did, too. Then: Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett and Jamie Dimon have tapped surgeon and writer Atul Gawande...

Duration:00:27:46

Even the markets care about sound bites

6/20/2018
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(Markets Edition) From a markets perspective, we're in a lull right now. No data releases, no big announcements from the Fed. But they will be looking out for soundbites, especially around trade, according to Westwood Holdings Group's Susan Schmidt. We'll hear from her about how all this tariff talk could *eventually* cause concern to creep into the markets. Afterwards, we'll discuss a new technology that'll help preserve avocados, and then we'll chat with the Economist's Natasha Loder about...

Duration:00:07:57

The growing business of holding children taken at the U.S. border

6/20/2018
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(U.S. Edition) We're looking into who's getting paid to carry out the Trump administration's policy of separating children at the U.S. border. One of the principal firms: Southwest Key. Afterwards, we'll discuss what to expect from today's Senate testimony with Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, who's likely to get an earful on tariffs, and then we'll talk about a new "life-extending" coating for avocados. Today’s podcast is sponsored by Carbonite (carbonite.com), Indeed...

Duration:00:08:07

Talk of tariff tit-for-tat has a real impact on global currencies

6/20/2018
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(Global Edition) From the BBC World Service ... Higher tariffs on goods for the U.S. and China might be theoretical at this point, but the escalating threats are already having a real effect on financial markets. So how are emerging-market currencies – already under pressure from local political turmoil – feeling the heat? Then, there's a vote by the International Monetary Fund today on a record-breaking aid package for Argentina. But what is the country doing to help give international...

Duration:00:07:31

You have more choices for wireless than you might think

6/20/2018
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This week, T-Mobile and Sprint officially asked the Federal Communications Commission for approval to merge. If the merger goes through, there will only be three big wireless providers to choose from. And with net neutrality out the window, people are worried that cell phone service will keep getting more expensive. But there is another collection of wireless providers like FreedomPop, Mint, Boost Mobile, Tello and Metro PCS that offer an alternative, at least on price. These companies are...

Duration:00:06:51

69: Why does "zero tolerance" look like this?

6/19/2018
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By now, you've probably seen them. Heart-wrenching images of parents and children separated and the southwest border, sent to jail or youth detention centers. The Trump administration's "zero tolerance" for illegal border crossings is just one of several seismic changes to immigration enforcement in recent weeks. Immigrants seeking asylum from gangs or domestic violence will no longer be admitted, reducing legal immigration as well. So how'd we get here? And what does Congress need to do to...

Duration:00:31:52

The view from the border

6/19/2018
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The tariff threats flying back and forth between Washington and Beijing have had a certain symmetry. We tax $34 billion worth of Chinese imports, and they follow. We add $16 billion in other Chinese stuff, same. But last night, when the Trump administration said it's exploring tariffs on a whopping $200 billion in goods, Beijing said fine, they're gonna hit back in "quantitative and qualitative ways." We'll start today's show trying to unpack what that means. Then, speaking of China: When...

Duration:00:28:16

U.S.-China trade tensions lead to volatile markets

6/19/2018
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(Markets Edition) The back and forth between the U.S. and China over trade continues. Trump says he might slap tariffs on an additional $200 billion worth of Chinese imports, which has prompted China to issue its own threats. We'll look at how trade tensions are affecting the markets and whether traders are starting to panic. Afterwards, we'll hear from Marketplace reporter Andy Uhler about his experience visiting a detention center and a court on the Texas border. What he found: a system...

Duration:00:07:51

China calls Trump's new tariff threats "blackmail"

6/19/2018
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(U.S. Edition) If China decides to fight back against the Trump administration's $50 billion tariffs, the president is threatening to up that to another $200 billion in goods. We'll look at the countermeasures China might put in place, and what this conflict means for U.S. businesses that operate there. Afterwards, we'll talk to Jorge Castañeda, a former Mexico Secretary of Foreign Affairs, about economic growth in Mexico and how citizens there perceive the North American Free Trade...

Duration:00:08:09

If it’s not a trade war, what’s going on with the US and China?

6/19/2018
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(Global Edition) From the BBC World Service … There are more tariff threats against China from the White House, so are we in a trade war yet? And what needs to happen to de-escalate the growing tensions between the two nations? Then, shares of the Hong Kong–listed Chinese telecom ZTE plunged more than 20 percent to a two-year low. It wasn’t President Trump, but the U.S. Congress that sparked fresh concerns. Afterwards, growing alongside the rise of online sales is the rise of fake reviews....

Duration:00:07:17