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Marketplace Morning Report for Friday, September 30, 2016

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On today’s show, we’ll talk about Deutsche Bank’s declining stock prices; reports of high consumer confidence; and how the migration of Puerto Ricans to Kissimmee, Florida is changing the community.  

Segments From this episode

An American Migration: Puerto Ricans in Central Florida

Puerto Ricans leaving the island are landing in Florida

by Andy Uhler Sep 30, 2016
A small city near Disneyworld grows as a Puerto Rican hub.

Education Secretary says new FAFSA filing date should improve the financial aid process

by David Brancaccio Sep 30, 2016
Prospective college students will be able to turn in their FAFSA forms starting Oct. 1.

Too big to be monitored? Wells Fargo says false accounts were just a small slice of business

by Lewis Wallace Sep 30, 2016
Not disclosing 'material' information to investors could violate securities law. The question is, what is 'material'?

Actually, consumers are pretty happy

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Sep 30, 2016
Consumer confidence levels are up.

The American-U.S. Airways merger drags on

by Amy Scott Sep 30, 2016
The combined airline will merge key IT systems this weekend.
Mid-day Update

How Deutsche Bank's financial woes compare to Lehman's

by Mark Garrison Sep 30, 2016
Deutsche Bank's billion-dollar fine, a complicated merger between American Airlines and U.S. Airways, and how an earlier FAFSA date will impact families.

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