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Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Jun 18, 2013

Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, June 18, 2013

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Protests flare in Brazil over widespread dissatisfaction with government services. China launches a pilot carbon trading market in the southern city of Shenzhen. A quiz about the world's gold supply. And counting the economic boost of a royal birth.

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Protests flare in Brazil over dissatisfaction with government services

Jun 18, 2013
Up until last year, Brazil's economy was surging. But growth has slowed, just as the government is preparing to host soccer’s World Cup next year.

Chinese carbon pollution: Buy or sell?

Jun 18, 2013
China launches a new pilot carbon market in the southern city of Shenzhen. Carbon cap and trade schemes have had a hard time getting off the ground in other countries. Can China make it succeed?

Quiz: How much gold is there?

Jun 18, 2013
What could you fill with all the world's gold?

Are teacher prep programs worth the money?

Jun 18, 2013
We’re doing a terrible job of training teachers -- and that training is expensive.

Will the Fed keep feeding investors?

Jun 18, 2013
The Federal Reserve kicks off a two-day meeting today. The big question: Is the Fed going to scale back its bond-buying program?

Can co-ops remake America's economy from the ground up?

Jun 18, 2013
In a country where wages adjusted for inflation have been stuck in place for almost a decade, some scholars think the economy needs a more complete renovation.

PODCAST: Fed play-by-play

Jun 18, 2013
Following the Fed play-by-play. Can co-ops remake America's economy from the ground up?

Protests flare in Brazil over widespread dissatisfaction with government services. China launches a pilot carbon trading market in the southern city of Shenzhen. A quiz about the world’s gold supply. And counting the economic boost of a royal birth.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC