Nov 10, 2016

Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, November 10, 2016

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On today's show, we'll talk why EU leaders are concerned about a Trump administration; interview Ken Kurson, the editor-in-chief of the New York Observer, about what we might expect from a Trump presidency; and look at the future of interest…

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EU leaders concerned about Trump presidency

Nov 10, 2016
The election of Donald Trump as U.S. president has alarmed some European politicians. They fear the tough-talking Republican’s comments about trade deals with other countries and blocs such as the European Union needing to be revisited or re-examined. Free trade…
Flags of the European Union member states in Brussels, Belgium. 
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Industry winners and losers

Nov 10, 2016
Businesses and entire industries are trying to figure out what the election results mean for them.
A large dozer moves tons of coal around at the Savage Energy Terminal in Price, Utah. 
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Trump remembers his friends and his enemies, says Observer editor-in-chief

Nov 10, 2016
The Observer's Ken Kurson doesn't expect Trump to be friendly to Wall Street, which he says was on Clinton's side.
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Stocks in private prisons are way, way up

Nov 10, 2016
Stocks in private prison corporations soared with the news of Donald Trump’s win. The country’s largest, Corrections Corporation of America, shot up almost 45 percent Wednesday. The companies that run private prisons are actually in the real estate business, and…
A view of the Eloy Detention Facility, which is operated by the Corrections Corporation of America.
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This is what companies are telling employees in the election's aftermath

Nov 10, 2016
Russia's reaction to the election, U.S. markets, Trump's effect on the health and environmental industries, and company emails about the election.

On today’s show, we’ll talk why EU leaders are concerned about a Trump administration; interview Ken Kurson, the editor-in-chief of the New York Observer, about what we might expect from a Trump presidency; and look at the future of interest rates. 

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Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC