Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Mar 3, 2015

Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, March 3, 2015

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Airing on Tuesday, March 3, 2015: In a speech before Congress today, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu  in Washington at the request of Congressional Republicans  will denounce the push for a diplomatic resolution to a nuclear weapons agreement with Iran. At a time of strained political relationships between the U.S. and Israel, we take stock of the business relationship between the two. Plus, there's a new report out today from the European Union on climate change and the environment. The good news is progress on reducing pollution has been significant. The bad news? Progress has also been insufficient. We'll also take a look at the upcoming case going before the Supreme Court that challenges tax credit as outlined in the Affordable Care Act.

 

Segments From this episode

Samsung steps up the battle to be your "pay phone"

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You can pay with the new Galaxy nearly everywhere credit cards are accepted.

Taking stock of U.S. aid to Israel

Mar 3, 2015
Political tensions are high around Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress.

How the cost of a drug impacts the placebo effect

Mar 3, 2015
A recent study suggests telling patients a drug is expensive enhances the effect.

PODCAST: The placebo (and price) effect

Mar 3, 2015
Who cares about the NASDAQ composite, Samsung Pay debuts, and how price affects effectiveness.

Airing on Tuesday, March 3, 2015: In a speech before Congress today, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu  in Washington at the request of Congressional Republicans  will denounce the push for a diplomatic resolution to a nuclear weapons agreement with Iran. At a time of strained political relationships between the U.S. and Israel, we take stock of the business relationship between the two. Plus, there’s a new report out today from the European Union on climate change and the environment. The good news is progress on reducing pollution has been significant. The bad news? Progress has also been insufficient. We’ll also take a look at the upcoming case going before the Supreme Court that challenges tax credit as outlined in the Affordable Care Act.

 

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC