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Marketplace host Kimberly Adams speaks with The New York Times’ Jeanna Smialek about the state of the markets going into the first day of the Federal Reserve’s June meeting.
Some essentials — notably food — may may maintain their price strength. Appliances and furniture may come down quicker.
The deal in the Senate addresses some issues related to background checks, but a critical loophole is left untouched.
From "Marketplace Tech," Kathryn Finney chats with Kimberly Adams about her experiences in the world of tech entrepreneurship.
Businesses are reviving an old model to reduce single-use plastic in an effort to curb plastic pollution and fight climate change.