Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015
Feb 10, 2015

Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015

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Airing Tuesday, February 9, 2015: Who would have thought? News of yet another investigation into a Swiss bank helping Americans hide money. Dr Pepper’s stock is on a tear, while Coke and Pepsi, not so much. Why are the behemoths of the soda business lagging behind the upstart. And South Florida is worrying about the rising ocean flooding much of it and ruining drinking water for what’s left, but you’d never know it from the condo boom in Miami. Why do they keep building like mad? The condos aren’t homes, they’re speculative financial instruments attracting foreign buyers.

 

 

Segments From this episode

Dr Pepper’s stock is up. Coke and Pepsi, not so much.

Feb 10, 2015
Why the behemoths of the soda business are lagging behind the upstart.

The cost of not vaccinating

Feb 10, 2015
It may be time for a new cost-benefit analysis when it comes to vaccination.

Wallpaper makes a comeback

Feb 10, 2015
A story of “what’s old is new again.”

Miami condo-buyers aren't homeowners. They're traders.

Feb 10, 2015
Why fears of rising seas and big storms don't cool the market.

Labor's monthly jobs report and the middle class

Feb 10, 2015
Over the past year, more jobs have been created in the middle of the pay scale.

PODCAST: What's old is new again

Feb 10, 2015
The JOLTS report, vaccinations in college, and popular wallpaper.

Airing Tuesday, February 9, 2015: Who would have thought? News of yet another investigation into a Swiss bank helping Americans hide money. Dr Pepper’s stock is on a tear, while Coke and Pepsi, not so much. Why are the behemoths of the soda business lagging behind the upstart. And South Florida is worrying about the rising ocean flooding much of it and ruining drinking water for what’s left, but you’d never know it from the condo boom in Miami. Why do they keep building like mad? The condos aren’t homes, they’re speculative financial instruments attracting foreign buyers.

 

 

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC