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Long and Short: Credit, GMOs, millennial housing and Captain America

Marketplace Weekend Staff May 27, 2016
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Actor Chris Evans arrives at the premiere Of Marvel's 'Captain America:The Winter Soldier on March 13, 2014 in Hollywood, California.
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Every week, Marketplace Weekend guests go long and short on topics from the week’s news, stealing some financial terminology to bet on or against various things in the world of news and business.

This week, Marketplace’s Jed Kim and Gillian White from The Atlantic go long on the importance of credit for the unemployed, the future of GMOs, and short on shaming millennials for living with their parents and Captain America’s secret nazi plans.

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