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Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Jul 15, 2015

Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, July 15, 2015

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Airing on Wednesday, July 15, 2015: Greece's parliament will vote today on the rescue package agreed to earlier in the week. But yesterday, the IMF released a paper warning the bailout plan may not work without more debt relief for Greece from the eurozone. More on that. Plus, with the lifting of sanctions in Iran potentially on the way, we look at how long it could take for Iran to increase its oil production enough to affect global prices and show up in gas prices in the U.S. And with Emmy nominations set to come out Thursday, we ask the question: Does anyone still care about the Emmys?

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Iranian oil gush could push prices down

Jul 15, 2015
Once sanctions are lifted, Tehran will rush to exploit its oil and gas reserves.

Bird flu is winding down but bakers still feel a pinch

Jul 15, 2015
The price of liquid eggs, bought by the bucket, has skyrocketed.

Netflix wants to be global

Jul 15, 2015
The streaming service is already in 50 countries and wants to expand rapidly.

And the Emmy goes to ... who cares?

Jul 15, 2015
Are the television awards still relevant?

PODCAST: The egg crisis caused by the bird flu

Jul 15, 2015
Janet Yellen appears before Congress, Netflix looks to China, and the bird flu causes a problem for bakers.

Airing on Wednesday, July 15, 2015: Greece’s parliament will vote today on the rescue package agreed to earlier in the week. But yesterday, the IMF released a paper warning the bailout plan may not work without more debt relief for Greece from the eurozone. More on that. Plus, with the lifting of sanctions in Iran potentially on the way, we look at how long it could take for Iran to increase its oil production enough to affect global prices and show up in gas prices in the U.S. And with Emmy nominations set to come out Thursday, we ask the question: Does anyone still care about the Emmys?

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC