May 25, 2018

Developing countries are trying to lure investors back

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(Markets Edition) Investment money has been flowing out of several developing countries, including Turkey and Argentina. On today's show, we'll chat with Chris Low — chief economist with FTN Financial — about why selling's been heavy and how these countries…

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(Markets Edition) Investment money has been flowing out of several developing countries, including Turkey and Argentina. On today’s show, we’ll chat with Chris Low — chief economist with FTN Financial — about why selling’s been heavy and how these countries are trying to handle the issue. Next, we’ll look at whether the National Flood Insurance Program is doing after last year’s hurricane season, and whether it has the funds to tackle another Harvey. Plus: We explore how hotels are dealing with security in the digital age, as data breaches become more of a threat.  

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