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Jul 14, 2015

Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, July 14, 2015

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Airing on Tuesday, July 14, 2015: After years of negotiations, Iran and six major world powers have reached a deal over the country's nuclear program. The agreement aims to curb Iran's production of nuclear weapons in exchange for the…

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Oculus Rift could help people with vision problems

Jul 14, 2015
Gamers aren't the only people with an interest in virtual reality.
The Oculus Rift
Courtesy David Wagner

Africa starts to lure garment makers from Asia

Jul 14, 2015
The apparel industry is looking to Africa as its next manufacturing base.

Big bank outlook: slow and steady

Jul 14, 2015
While earnings potential may be low, growth for banks has been safer and steady.

Agreement struck between Iran and major world powers

Jul 14, 2015
And what the lifting of sanctions could mean for the global oil market.

PODCAST: A date with Pluto

Jul 14, 2015
The global oil market, manufacturing clothes in Africa, and New Horizons' date with Pluto.

We made it to Pluto. Now what?

Jul 14, 2015
And just how significant is a visit to the dwarf planet?

Airing on Tuesday, July 14, 2015: After years of negotiations, Iran and six major world powers have reached a deal over the country’s nuclear program. The agreement aims to curb Iran’s production of nuclear weapons in exchange for the lifting of certain sanctions. This could mean a huge bump in Iran’s oil exports. More on that. Next: Big banks report earnings this week. JP Morgan Chase is Tuesday. Later in the week, Goldman Sach and Wells Fargo release their earnings. Marketplace’s Mitchell Hartman explains what banks are facing that could influence their earnings outlook. What is on their balance sheets? We explore. We’ll also speak with UT Austin’s James Galbraith, a former colleague of Yanis Varoufakis, about the Greek crisis.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC