Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, July 15, 2016
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On today's show, we'll talk about Cleveland's decision to boost its insurance policy as the GOP convention approaches; China's shift away from an economy based on heavy investment; and America's business ties with the U.K.
Segments From this episode
Cleveland increases its protest insurance
For convention cities, the events are a financial risk-management challenge.
Bill to require GMO labeling passes Congress
Companies say it’s a good compromise, but activists point to loopholes.
Bank earnings show higher lending at lower rates
Banks are learning to live with "lower for longer" interest rates.
Corporations skittish about donating to political conventions
An update about our country's economic progress, GMO labeling, and financial commitments for political conventions.
How to reassure American investors that the UK is going to be all right
The U.K.'s new Consul General in New York wants to maintain ties with the American business community.
On today’s show, we’ll talk about Cleveland’s decision to boost its insurance policy as the GOP convention approaches; China’s shift away from an economy based on heavy investment; and America’s business ties with the U.K.