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Marketplace for Monday, September 14, 2015
Sep 14, 2015

Marketplace for Monday, September 14, 2015

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How, exactly, the Federal Reserve raises rates; the volatility of working in the oil industry; and the humanitarian crisis in Europe. 

Segments From this episode

In oilfields, salaries that boomed suddenly bust

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Young workers are often left without savings when they lose their jobs.

U.S. mortgage giants under the microscope

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What's the deal with our strange relationship with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac?
The headquarters of Freddie Mac in McLean, Virginia.
Win McNamee/Getty Images

The Valley Fire leaves businesses at a standstill

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Hardester's Market is one of few places open in Middletown, California.

How does the Federal Reserve raise rates, anyway?

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Getting banks and other lenders to fall in line isn't as easy as you might think.

Where super PAC money goes when a candidate drops out

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What does the group supporting Rick Perry do with the millions still in the bank?

Europe's humanitarian crisis has economic consequences

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Economists say the influx will yield long-term benefit, despite short-term costs.

Syrian refugees move from Hungary to Germany

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Migrants on a train to Germany try to stay hopeful.

How, exactly, the Federal Reserve raises rates; the volatility of working in the oil industry; and the humanitarian crisis in Europe. 

Music from the episode

Kangaroo Court Capital Cities
Beautiful Liar Beyoncé, Shakira
What You Know Two Door Cinema Club