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Victoria Craig

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Victoria Craig is the producer of Marketplace Morning Report’s global edition, and senior broadcast journalist at the BBC World Service in London. She reports on a range of issues impacting global business and the economy, with a particular interest in emerging markets and retail. Victoria graduated from the University of Missouri (go Tigers!) with a degree in broadcast journalism. Before moving to the UK in 2017, she covered Wall Street, reporting for five years on US stocks and the economy from New York City. When she’s not in front of the microphone, you can find Victoria baking or curling up with a good book at home, hiking in the English countryside, or travelling through her new European playground.

Latest Stories from Victoria (29)

Big-money sprouts cause Christmas Day stir

by Victoria Craig Dec 25, 2019
Roasted, sautéed, or boiled, Brussels sprouts are big business at Christmas in the UK. The sprout industry is a nearly $1 billion industry in Britain, and customers tend to pay as much as 30% more this time of year as…
Roasted Brussels Sprout leaves with Pecorino.
Goran Kosanovic for The Washington Post via Getty Images

America’s Thanksgiving feast finds fans across the pond

by Victoria Craig Nov 28, 2019
C. Lidgate has been catering to American ex-pats in London for their Thanksgiving needs for three decades.
BBC / Stephen Ryan

The new moon mission

by Victoria Craig Nov 27, 2019
This week in Spain, European research ministers are discussing how to allocate as much as $14 billion over three years to the European Space Agency.
Matt Cardy/Getty Images

What does London's Lord Mayor actually do?

by Victoria Craig Nov 8, 2019
The 692nd global ambassador for the City of London takes office during a silent ceremony today.
London's 692nd Lord Mayor rehearses in his ceremonial carriage.
Ollie Millington/Getty Images

The berry that can grow in winter

by Victoria Craig Nov 6, 2019
A group of UK fruit growers and scientists have found a way to grow raspberries, a summer fruit, well into November.
The Malling Berry has been engineered by a consortium of European scientists and growers
Photo courtesy of WB Chambers

Will private funds fuel the next space race?

by Victoria Craig Oct 22, 2019
Indian space entrepreneur Susmita Mohanty talks about the future of private space exploration ahead of 70th annual International Astronautical Conference.
iStock/Getty Images

A new wave of ATMs is accepting bill payments and dispensing concert tickets

by Victoria Craig Oct 10, 2019
The embattled ATM is gaining additional functions in order to survive.
In this photo illustration a woman uses a cashpoint ATM.  (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

What happens to Thomas Cook customers now?

by Victoria Craig Sep 24, 2019
The British government has repatriated about 8% of the 155,000 UK citizens who were abroad on vacations when the 178-year old travel-booking company went bust.
The service desk of British tour operator Thomas Cook is closed at Tegel airport in Berlin on Sept. 23, 2019.
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Thomas Cook: Travel's "old giant" was left behind

by Victoria Craig Sep 23, 2019
The world's oldest travel-booking company has gone bust, leaving workers and travelers in limbo.
An airport official holds information for Thomas Cook passengers at Manchester Airport in northern England on Monday after the company collapsed.
Photo by Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images

Reducing the climate impact of dirty diapers

by Victoria Craig Sep 20, 2019
U.K.-based company The Nappy Gurus is encouraging parents to use cloth diapers rather than disposable ones to reduce their environmental impact.
Cloth diapers on a clothesline.
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