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Marketplace All-in-One

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Marketplace® is the leading business news program in the nation. We bring you clear explorations of how economic news affects you, through stories, conversations, newsworthy numbers and more. The Marketplace All-in-One podcast provides each episode of the public radio broadcast programs Marketplace, Marketplace Morning Report®and Marketplace Tech® along with our podcasts Make Me Smart, Corner Office and The Uncertain Hour. Visit marketplace.org for more. From American Public Media. Twitter: @Marketplace

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Marketplace® is the leading business news program in the nation. We bring you clear explorations of how economic news affects you, through stories, conversations, newsworthy numbers and more. The Marketplace All-in-One podcast provides each episode of the public radio broadcast programs Marketplace, Marketplace Morning Report®and Marketplace Tech® along with our podcasts Make Me Smart, Corner Office and The Uncertain Hour. Visit marketplace.org for more. From American Public Media. Twitter: @Marketplace

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727 Ratings
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Love the show

By kspany - Apr 10 2020
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I’ve been listening for years, first time writing a review. Keep up the good work guys.

Thorough and interesting!!

By kacsac - May 23 2019
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Excellent interviews -- in depth and rich.

iTunes Ratings

727 Ratings
Average Ratings
575
67
27
26
32

Love the show

By kspany - Apr 10 2020
Read more
I’ve been listening for years, first time writing a review. Keep up the good work guys.

Thorough and interesting!!

By kacsac - May 23 2019
Read more
Excellent interviews -- in depth and rich.
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Marketplace All-in-One

Latest release on May 25, 2020

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Marketplace® is the leading business news program in the nation. We bring you clear explorations of how economic news affects you, through stories, conversations, newsworthy numbers and more. The Marketplace All-in-One podcast provides each episode of the public radio broadcast programs Marketplace, Marketplace Morning Report®and Marketplace Tech® along with our podcasts Make Me Smart, Corner Office and The Uncertain Hour. Visit marketplace.org for more. From American Public Media. Twitter: @Marketplace

Rank #1: Will there be a baseball season?

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For now, it’s millionaires versus billionaires. The MLB is exploring a way to get baseball season started during the pandemic… and Kai’s out today. So we drafted Andy Uhler to go deep on the players union, salary caps and more. Plus: a playlist for your weekend and, oh yeah, Facebook’s $400 million purchase of Giphy.

For a full list of the stories we talked about today, check out the episode page at makemesmart.org. And if you can, consider supporting Marketplace with a donation at marketplace.org/givesmart.

May 16 2020

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Rank #2: Most Americans’ retirement savings were low before the pandemic

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…Now they might dip into those funds. Today on the show, we’ll look at the long-term effects of this economic crisis. Plus: new retail sales numbers, travel in a reopened China and the Americans staying away from hospitals even when they need care.

May 15 2020

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Rank #3: Some Airbnb, more MMT and ‘keyboard money’

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You guys had a lot of questions after our episode about Modern Monetary Theory, and today we’re going to answer one on Whadda Ya Wanna Know Wednesday. We’ll also talk about the Fed, Airbnb and the history of unemployment in this country.

For a full list of all the stories we talked about today, check out the episode page at makemesmart.org. And if you can, consider supporting Marketplace with a donation at marketplace.org/givesmart.

May 14 2020

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Rank #4: Our parents’ debts (from Terrible, Thanks for Asking)

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This week, we’re showcasing a story from our colleagues at “Terrible, Thanks For Asking”: When a supporting pillar is knocked out of a family, the consequences can be costly.

May 15 2020

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Rank #5: Real estate disruptors got disrupted by COVID-19

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The biggest instant homebuyers — Opendoor, Zillow, Offerpad and Redfin —  stopped making purchases in March, in some cases backing out of deals and forfeiting their deposits. Now, some iBuyers are coming back, but they’ll need to prove the model can survive a downturn. Marketplace’s Amy Scott speaks with Mike DelPrete, who watches iBuying closely. He’s a scholar-in-residence at the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder.

May 18 2020

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Rank #6: Everything we didn’t buy this spring

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A 16% drop in retail sales for April. Federal regulators have raised a question about the accuracy of a new COVID-19 test that produces rapid results. Data that one vaccine from Oxford is working in monkeys. How farmers in the Northwest are doing as spring harvests come in.

May 15 2020

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Rank #7: So you’re graduating into a pandemic. Now what?

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As colleges and universities across the country plan virtual graduations for the class of 2020, many new graduates are looking for their first jobs in a very different world than they were planning for just a couple months ago. Today we check in with some of them. Plus: how rural libraries are holding up, how consumer spending is changing and the tense dynamic between reopening companies and employees who don’t feel safe coming back.

May 14 2020

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Rank #8: Leaving employees to enforce social distancing

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As states ease restrictions, businesses begin making plans for reopening. And some of those plans call for the employees to enforce social distancing. Have oil prices bottomed out, with more people moving around? Pawnshops are seeing more business.

May 15 2020

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Name game has become a name odyssey for new companies

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The oil market is starting to show the effects of pandemic lockdowns lifting across the country. Teenage unemployment has soared to its highest rate in decades because the pandemic has vaporized some of the summer job market. Starting a business is hard enough during a pandemic, and one of the most significant hurdles is finding a name no one’s taken yet.

May 25 2020

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Consumer confidence could show signs of rising in the face of COVID-19

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The U.S. is now suspending some travel from Brazil, now the second-largest COVID-19 hotspot. The Conference Board’s measure of consumer confidence comes out Tuesday, with some economists hoping for an uptick from April’s results. We then talk with Chris Farrell about the effect the pandemic has had on the nation’s elder care system.

May 25 2020

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Fancy some sun on a Greek island?

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From the BBC World Service: Domestic tourism could be key to this summer’s vacation season. Greece’s island beaches will welcome mainland visitors. In the Czech Republic, people can drink a cold beer inside a bar. Dubai’s malls await shoppers.

May 25 2020

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Some people are making bread in quarantine. Others are making TikToks

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TikTok has been in the news for its new CEO, who was poached from Disney, and for the record labels who think the service should pay more to publishers and artists for song rights. And there have been calls to ban it in the U.S. over its Chinese ownership and security fears. But its popularity keeps growing.

May 25 2020

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Happy Friday: Your SAT scores really don’t matter anymore

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Not in California, anyway. The University of California system announced this week it will phase out the use of ACT and SAT test scores in its admissions process. Will it ease stress and lower barriers for low-income families? We’ll talk about it. Plus: American oil production and coffee snobbery.

For a full list of the stories we talked about today, check out the episode page at makemesmart.org. And another big thanks to everyone who helped make our spring fundraiser a success. If you missed it, there’s still time to donate at marketplace.org/givesmart.

May 23 2020

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8 weeks after the CARES Act… how are we doing?

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It’s been about two months since Congress passed the big coronavirus relief bill, and 10 weeks since President Donald Trump declared a state of emergency. We’ll talk with some of our contributors and historians about the state of the economy and the historical context. Plus: China abandons GDP targets, Americans settle into working from home for the long haul and we chat with the president of the New York Stock Exchange.

May 22 2020

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Gas prices are low. Will you use any this weekend?

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The Hong Kong stock market took a dive today after China signaled moves to tighten Beijing’s control over the territory. The Fed’s pessimism. The average gas price is $1.90 a gallon, but who’s driving? The 40th anniversary of Pac-Man.

May 22 2020

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Hong Kong rattled by planned security legislation

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From the BBC World Service: Hong Kong’s status as a global business hub could be under threat. There are growing concerns over China’s plans to impose a new national security law on the city. What could MLB learn from South Korea’s baseball league?

May 22 2020

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How easy it is to get a fake ad on social media

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We speak with the president and CEO of Consumer Reports about, among other things, holding social media accountable during COVID-19. Plus, in a break from tradition, no new target for economic growth in China.

May 22 2020

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Restaurants and apps are fighting over fees. Is delivery too cheap to support both?

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Most restaurants right now are open for delivery or pickup only, and that means a lot of them are relying on third-party delivery services like Grubhub, DoorDash or Uber Eats. Those services can charge significant fees to restaurants, and some restaurants complain those fees are unsustainable. Some cities have capped those fees and now the delivery companies say the caps are unsustainable. Host Molly Wood speaks with Venessa Wong, a senior reporter at BuzzFeed News.

May 22 2020

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Hank Paulson on the strong dollar

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On today’s show, we’ll dig into former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson’s column in Foreign Affairs about how to keep the dollar strong. Plus, Big Tech’s new work-from-home reality check and some useful euphemisms for “President Trump lied.”

For a full list of the stories we talked about today, check out the episode page at makemesmart.org. And if you can, consider supporting Marketplace with a donation at marketplace.org/givesmart.

May 22 2020

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How to read those unemployment numbers

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Another 2.4 million people filed for unemployment benefits last week. That’s down from the week before, but still about the population of Houston. There are two ways the government measures joblessness in this country, and it’s important to keep an eye on both. We’ll explain. Plus: how emerging markets are faring in this crisis, why evictions could surge in Texas and a conversation with the CEO of the travel company Booking Holdings.

By the way, this is the last day of our last fundraising drive for our fiscal year. If you can, make a donation today at Marketplace.org/donate.

May 21 2020

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School’s out (forever?)

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When you’re 17 or 18, you’re often making choices that can dictate the course of your whole life. Making those decisions during a pandemic is even harder. Today we follow three high school friends trying to figure out what comes after graduation when a global pandemic is clouding everything.

By the way, today is the last day of Marketplace’s spring fundraising drive. We know not everyone can afford to give, but if you love the show and you are in a position to donate, we would really appreciate it. You can give and find more information at marketplace.org/giveTIU.

May 21 2020

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2.4 million more people filed for unemployment

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It’s now 39 million people that have filed first-time unemployment claims since the lockdowns started. Mortgage loan delinquencies skyrocket. Marketplace’s podcast “The Uncertain Hour” has a new episode out about the wealth and poverty history of quarantines.

May 21 2020

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Legislation that could ban many Chinese companies from U.S. stock exchanges

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The Senate has unanimously passed a bill that could force some foreign companies off American stock exchanges. Citi announced it will buy up Paycheck Protection Program loans. Toward the bottom rung of California’s housing market, conditions can be unsafe.

May 21 2020

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Facebook will “take down” COVID-19 misinformation

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From the BBC World Service: Mark Zuckerberg insists Facebook will only remove content that risks real imminent harm. Airlines race to get travelers back in the sky. How can governments help companies at risk of financial collapse?

May 21 2020

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When ventilators break, iFixit can help

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Ventilators, dialysis machines and mechanical beds are more important than ever. That equipment, of course, breaks down. And some manufacturers restrict access to repair information, so hospital technicians can’t just fix things themselves. Molly Wood speaks with iFixit CEO Kyle Wiens, who just launched a public database of medical-equipment repair manuals.

May 21 2020

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Can you deduct a home office on your taxes?

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Or will your employer pay for some WFH remodeling? Eh, don’t get your hopes up. We’re fielding a couple of personal finance questions on today’s Whadda Ya Wanna Know Wednesday. We’ll also answer your mail about the confusing surge in the stock market and the future of retail (which we’ll talk about more on our Tuesday episode next week).

For a full list of the stories we talked about today, check out the episode page at makemesmart.org. And if you can, consider supporting Marketplace with a donation at marketplace.org/givesmart.

May 20 2020

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What will dining out look like post-COVID?

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Restaurants, already operating on thin margins, have to balance keeping customers safe and making them feel safe, while trying to restore some normalcy. Today, we look at how one Atlanta Vietnamese spot is doing it. Plus: How Americans spent their relief checks, the coming wave of farm bankruptcies and the fight over hazard pay.

May 20 2020

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An unequal history of quarantines

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As long as there’s been such a thing as quarantine, each person’s experience under it has depended largely on their economic status. On this week’s show, we take a tour of quarantines through history, from the bubonic plague outbreaks in 14th and 17th century Italy, to the a typhoid outbreak in New York in the early 1900s and a few other stops along the way. Those quarantines looked very different if you were, say, an immigrant, or a Jewish textile merchant, or a sex worker.

Crises like the COVID-19 pandemic shine a spotlight on all the inequalities already lurking in the system, and ideas of what the government owes to people in quarantine have changed over the centuries too. Long gone are the days of the government sending your family fennel sausage, cheese and wine to make it through.

May 20 2020

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iTunes Ratings

727 Ratings
Average Ratings
575
67
27
26
32

Love the show

By kspany - Apr 10 2020
Read more
I’ve been listening for years, first time writing a review. Keep up the good work guys.

Thorough and interesting!!

By kacsac - May 23 2019
Read more
Excellent interviews -- in depth and rich.