Jul 14, 2016

Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, July 14, 2016

HTML EMBED:
COPY

On today's show, we'll talk about the popularity of messaging company Line, which begins trading in New York this morning; how young people today are at risk of ending up poorer than their parents; and the loss of manufacturing jobs…

Segments From this episode

The evolving roles of US textile workers

Jul 14, 2016
Trade and technology have changed this industry.
A Burlington Industries' worker inspects fabric at a finishing plant in North Carolina.
Tracey Samuelson/Marketplace

Will today's generation be poorer than their parents?

Jul 14, 2016
More households in advanced economies are facing frozen or falling incomes.
Young people today are at risk of being poorer than their parents.
Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

Gold's popularity in India

Jul 14, 2016
Thousands of tons may be stashed away in places like businesses and vaults.

Foreclosures down from 2015, but persistent in certain states

Jul 14, 2016
The mortgage crisis has a long tail in many communities, but is invisible in others.
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

The Fed may stand on the sidelines until the end of the year

Jul 14, 2016
Policy decisions from the Fed, messaging app Line, and gold.

On today’s show, we’ll talk about the popularity of messaging company Line, which begins trading in New York this morning; how young people today are at risk of ending up poorer than their parents; and the loss of manufacturing jobs in the U.S. as part of our series on economic anxiety.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC