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Nov 5, 2019

Feeling the trade war on the farm

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Farmers in Montana have been stung by the hit on their income caused by trade war. Plus, conversations about carpooling, VCs and the future of banking.

Stories From this episode

Trade showdown

Trade deficit narrows as trade tensions continue to bite

by Mitchell Hartman Nov 5, 2019
Tariffs on foreign-made imports to the U.S., and retaliatory tariffs on U.S. exports, are dragging down exports and imports.
Apples are one crop that have been hit by the trade war. Above, apples produced by Spring Valley Farm and Orchard in West Virginia are on display at a farmers market.
Kimihiro Hoshino/AFP via Getty Images

California mayors want customers to run PG&E

by Justin Ho Nov 5, 2019
Several California cities are pushing for a public takeover of the investor-owned utility.
A fallen PG&E utility pole lays on a property burned during the Kincade Fire in Healdsburg, California on Oct. 28, 2019.
Philip Pachecho/AFP via Getty Images
My Economy

When trade policy affects the farm

by Daisy Palacios Nov 5, 2019
Bad weather, low prices, and a trade war — it's not looking bright for America's farmers.
Courtesy of Michelle Erickson Jones

How the FDIC approaches cryptocurrencies

by Andie Corban and Molly Wood Nov 5, 2019
Is it an asset or a security? Jelena McWilliams, head of the banking insurance agency, talks about balancing innovation and regulation.
FDIC chairman Jelena McWilliams talks with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin about financial technology, or fintech, in April 2019 in Arlington, Virginia.
Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Music from the episode

Stay This Way The Brand New Heavies
Fu-Gee-La Fugees
The Journey Tom Misch
Ride Wit Me Nelly, City Spud
Don't Sweat The Technique Eric B. & Rakim

The team

Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Bridget Bodnar Producer
Daisy Palacios Producer
Sean McHenry Associate Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Assistant Producer

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