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Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday January 7, 2015

Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday January 7, 2015

Jan 7, 2015

Airing on Wednesday January 7, 2015: First up on today's show, new data from the European Union shows consumer prices in the eurozone were down in December, which could mean consumers and companies postpone investments. More on that. Plus, 

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Consumer bureau may go after payday loans

by Sally Herships Jan 7, 2015
Reform could be coming to payday loan industry in the form of federal regulations.

Cost of saving factory jobs via lower wages

by Adam Allington Jan 7, 2015
Employment in auto industry's at pre-recession levels but jobs aren't same quality.

Restaurants shell out for high-priced scallops

by Marketplace Contributor Jan 7, 2015
Catch limits and a short season are driving up the the price of Maine scallops.

The age of the community banker

by , and Jan 7, 2015
Why the President appointed a local banker to the Fed.
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PODCAST: Expensive scallops

by David Gura Jan 7, 2015
Community bankers in the fed, payday loan regulations, and expensive Maine scallops.

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Airing on Wednesday January 7, 2015: First up on today’s show, new data from the European Union shows consumer prices in the eurozone were down in December, which could mean consumers and companies postpone investments. More on that. Plus, President Obama is in Michigan boasting about saving auto worker jobs. But what is the cost of saving factory jobs by accepting lower wages? And from the floor of the 2015 consumer electronics show, we talk to reporter Nova Safo about the future of connected cars. 

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