Jun 28, 2016

Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, June 28, 2016

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 On today's show, we'll talk about Volkswagen's planned $14.7 billion payout over its emissions scandal; Norway's relationship with the European Union; and one industry that may be hugely benefiting from Brexit. 

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The new buzzword in corporate earnings: Brexit

Jun 28, 2016
Rightly or not, look for companies to blame the breakup for financial woes.
The Carnival Glory ship arrives in Cape Canaveral, Florida. 
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Is the 'Norway Model' next for independent Britain?

Jun 28, 2016
Norway's relationship with the Continent is key to its economy — but there are certain costs.
Though Norway isn't a part of the EU, it still has ties with member countries.
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Brexit could be a goldmine for lawyers

Jun 28, 2016
The legal industry has a lot of fine print to sort through. But the benefits could be short-lived.
A scene in the Central Criminal Court at the Old Bailey, London.
Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Volkswagen agrees to $14.7 billion settlement

Jun 28, 2016
The car company's emissions scandal came to light late last year.

A market bounceback

Jun 28, 2016
The markets, company performance, and economic anxiety.

Irish passport applications spike in Brexit wake

Jun 28, 2016
U.K. citizens are digging out old documents that show Irish lineage.
People walk over over Ha'penny Bridge in Dublin, Ireland.
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 On today’s show, we’ll talk about Volkswagen’s planned $14.7 billion payout over its emissions scandal; Norway’s relationship with the European Union; and one industry that may be hugely benefiting from Brexit. 

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC