Nov 28, 2016

Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, November 28, 2016

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On today's show, we'll talk about predictions for global growth in 2017; a rise in nontraditional college students; and the differences between Trump and Brexit supporters. 

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Trump and Brexit votes similar, not identical

Nov 28, 2016
Pro-Trump and Brexit voters may have similar motivations, but there are differences.
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Undergrads are getting older, according to a new study

Nov 28, 2016
The so-called traditional college student is in the minority.
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New York's Fifth Avenue is under fire

Nov 28, 2016
Donald Trump. Protests. Empty stores. This expensive real estate has it all.
A New York police officer patrols in front of the Gucci Store at Fifth Avenue, the first floor of Trump Tower.
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What Fidel Castro's death means for U.S.-Cuba relations

Nov 28, 2016
Economic uncertainty may lie ahead.
Former Cuban President Fidel Castro at a demonstration in Havana, Cuba back in 2004. Castro had addressed tens of thousands of Cubans, criticizing U.S. travel restrictions.
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OECD lifts growth forecast, citing Trump stimulus

Nov 28, 2016
The Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has revised its global economic forecast, and things are looking up. It’s predicting 3.3 percent global growth in 2017, up from 2.9 this year and 0.1 percent higher than the prediction…
President-elect Donald Trump speaking at a town hall meeting in Tampa, Florida earlier this year.
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Interest rates and global imbalances

Nov 28, 2016
Fidel Castro's death, interest rates, and Cyber Monday.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC