Aug 18, 2016

Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, August 18, 2016

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On today's show, we'll talk about why young Latinos are becoming a growing share of the uninsured. We'll also interview Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz about Europe's economic issues and why he thinks the euro needs an overhaul.  

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Is the euro to blame for Europe's problems?

Aug 18, 2016
Nobel-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz on the trouble in Europe, globalization, and what the US can do to address trade frustrations.
Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz says changes need to be made to the euro.
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Young Latinos are among largest group of uninsured

Aug 18, 2016
A report finds more Latinos gained health insurance, but still lagged.
Maria Elena Santa Coloma (R), an insurance adviser with UniVista Insurance company, helps Shessy Gonzalez sign up for a health plan under the Affordable Care Act.
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Teachers feel undervalued — and they may be right

Aug 18, 2016
Teachers make 17 percent less than workers with the same education and experience.
There's a pay gap between teachers and professionals with similar levels of education and experience.
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How one Nobel laureate thinks the euro can be fixed

Aug 18, 2016
Aetna's letter to the Justice Department and Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz's take on the euro.

On today’s show, we’ll talk about why young Latinos are becoming a growing share of the uninsured. We’ll also interview Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz about Europe’s economic issues and why he thinks the euro needs an overhaul.  

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC