Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, September 19, 2016
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On today's show, we'll talk about what Citigroup's new election forecast says about the presidential candidates' odds; California's efforts to allow undocumented immigrants to purchase health insurance; and the growing market for iguana meat.
Segments From this episode
Building an appetite for iguana, to save the Caymans
Some see iguanas as pets, others as pests. Soon, more may see it in a pesto.
California seeks more health care access for undocumented
The state seeks permission to let undocumented immigrants access Obamacare exchanges.
S&P 500 gives real estate a sector all its own
The new sector will make it easier for investors to track real-estate investment trusts.
Gift cards help Baton Rouge flood victims get the items they really need
One organization's search for the best way to get people what they needed, fast.
Wall Street economists: Trump presidency could trigger recession
Citigroup has released its latest election forecast.
How Japan's economy can influence the Fed
Parallels between the U.S. economy and Japan's, the S&P 500's decision to make real estate its own sector, and how gift cards are helping Baton Rouge flood victims.
On today’s show, we’ll talk about what Citigroup’s new election forecast says about the presidential candidates’ odds; California’s efforts to allow undocumented immigrants to purchase health insurance; and the growing market for iguana meat.